Putting the spotlight on small-scale women farmers in Ethiopia, and the world.
Here's how a hand-dug well becomes a source of clean water for a community.
Poultry workers speak out about denial of bathroom breaks Will Fenton is an advocacy advisor for Oxfam America. I met Alejandra at a meeting of poultry workers on May 10, the night before we were rallying outside Tyson headquarters to deliver over 150,000 petition signatures. Dozens of workers came to tell us their stories about […]
After fleeing violence in Syria, a young son dies as a family waits for resettlement and medical care.
On Equal Pay Day (April 12th), consider the gender wage gap. When my mom is angry, she says she’d like to spit nickels. Given women’s wages, however, she can’t afford to…
In a rural mountain village in El Salvador, Oxfam partners lend a hand to families struggling with El Niño
On International Women’s Day, we honored three women whose commitment to peace and justice is unwavering, even in the face of violence.
On International Women’s Day, female farmers of Cambodia are building a movement, and one reaches a milestone for her family.
“They treat people like they are machines, not humans.”