These strong women and mothers from Ethiopia are changing their families' lives for the better.
A land restoration project in the Ethiopian village of Ilancho has provided local youths with a source of income: grass that can be cut and fed to livestock.
To build the irrigation channel required not just untold hours of labor but ingenuity. How do you get tons of concrete across a raging river when the only bridge is a stretch of logs packed with dirt?
In a new series of photos, families worldwide pose with one week's food supply.
If it rolls, it's gotta be a ball.
Two NFL players join Oxfam in responding to the drought and food crisis in East Africa, while also helping communities prepare for the unpredictable weather to come.
From farmers embracing change to women leaders standing up for their rights, a few more triumphs worth celebrating.
In this region, the fate of families hangs on the health of their herds, and for this 15-year-old boy that means an enormous amount of responsibility.
Within minutes, night fell around a chunk of moon hanging in the sky. It had no halo: there was not a speck of moisture up there to create one. The rainy season, a short one that should have started in September, was late.