In a new series of photos, families worldwide pose with one week's food supply.
On World Food Day, the nation joins Oxfam's global campaign for a better food system.
How can we make sure this baby knows about its other half? And as a very American girl myself, what lessons do I teach about what being Sri Lankan actually means?
As unemployment rises, the US begins to look more like other parts of the world.
Painted cool aqua blue or turquoise, the walls in some of the houses in coastal southern Sri Lanka are mostly bare. ...
“Now people have come to a situation that’s worse than the tsunami—and that’s dependency,” Sarath had said. “Most of the NGOs are responsible for this situation.”
Since the tsunami in 2004, Oxfam has been helping coir workers here and in other coastal villages recover from their losses, organize themselves, and find new ways of marketing their products.
In a year that’s experiencing a frightening global food crisis, choosing to promote this stalwart tuber seems more than serendipitous. It’s imperative. There are lots of reasons why.