Thinking back on 2013: Farmers inspired to help each other promote collaboration, and progress.
Business training and a climate of entrepreneurship fosters opportunity.
They call it the "lean time." Farmers are nervously awaiting the rains, preparing their fields, and thinking about the growing season.
A new study shows how having a safe place to save and borrow money can make a difference in rural Mali.
Anquan Boldin, Larry Fitzgerald, and Roddy White travel with Oxfam to area affected by industrial gold mining.
A visit to a community displaced by a gold mine shows how a local organization is helping people cope in a challenging situation.
Fatumata Dumbiya told me that before Saving for Change, if her child got malaria, she could go around the whole village and not be able to find a single dollar, but now she has a safety net, and this gives her a sense of immense calm.
It seemed like photography really came to the forefront this year, especially as a way to tell stories about the people behind our work. On that note, here are a few (very subjective) picks for my favorite Oxfam images from the year.
Oxfam's innovative program now has more than 250,000 members, all working to improve their future with their own money.