Oxfam invited typhoon survivors to share their self-portraits. The results aren’t what you’d expect.
When I met Virginia Ñuñoncca, I realized why her story had inspired so many people.
Though a cease-fire has been declared in South Sudan, the conflict has displaced nearly half a million people.
At a time when we here in the US pause to give thanks, these images remind me of the power of human connection.
Images reveal the massive destruction left in the wake of the storm.
“Making sure people have clean water, safe sanitation and a roof over peoples heads will be an immediate priority,” says Oxfam’s Marie Madamba-Nuñez.
Oxfam is working in Pakistan to ensure that all children have access to an education, particularly girls living in rural poverty.
Many news stories about the war in Syria don't talk about another fast-growing emergency: millions of ordinary people have had to leave their homes.
Millions of Syrians urgently need humanitarian assistance. A new report finds that aid is failing to keep pace with the crisis.