In this multimedia blog, Oxfam's Bob Ferguson gets a closer look at the fuel-efficient Darfur Stoves, a project supported by music fans and artists like State Radio.
In this multimedia blog, Oxfam's music artist relations coordinator tells the story of a memorable encounter from his first trip to Darfur, Sudan.
In the camps of Darfur, health promoters gently guide their neighbors to adopt new and safer household practices.
"...State Radio and Calling All Crows did an amazing job of fundraising for us, so it's great to support their event."
One of Oxfam's Berkeley-Darfur stoves gets a taste of rock and roll stardom--and also helps make a difference for women living through years of conflict.
It is moments like those that continually remind me how lucky we are to have such dedicated support from the music industry and from music fans. Thanks to them, this donation will directly affect 5,000 families in camps in Darfur for the better.
Chad and Sybil talk about how State Radio is supporting Oxfam America's work distributing stoves to poor families, especially women, in Darfur, Sudan, and how you can get involved.
Though the land is dry, the tens of thousands of people in and around Kebkabiya--many of whom have fled here for safety since the crisis erupted in Darfur--have access to clean water.
Stories of real people can help combat compassion fatigue.