Thinking back on 2013: Farmers inspired to help each other promote collaboration, and progress.
Your reasons reasons for supporting small-scale agriculture vary, but the goal is the same: help create a world where everyone always has enough to eat.
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?
Your actions are helping to build a better food system. Check out this infographic to find out how.
Strengthening the rural economy is a critical piece of Haiti's recovery from the earthquake of 2010.
The stories, said Ismail, are in their eyes. Ismail Abdalla Algazouli is an Oxfam colleague in Khartoum, Sudan, who spoke to me recently when he returned from a trip to the war-torn state of South Kordofan. He is a security officer whose job is to ensure the safety of our staff, partners, and programs, […]
Thanks to a plan to create farmers' markets in Bogota, both rural growers and city consumers are eating better.
Here are some suggested tweets that you can simply copy and paste into twitter or adapt as you wish.
Huge numbers of people, especially in the world’s poorest countries, are cutting back on the quantity or quality of the food they eat because of rising food prices.