If it rolls, it's gotta be a ball.
A new article and blog attest to the iPhone's potential to change the way we see Africa.
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, […]
Oxfam’s Skye Wheeler visited a refugee camp in South Sudan where conditions are harsh and Sudanese residents long for home - and peace.
"What I hope for the future is that there will be no going back to war. That’s what I hope."--Augustino Buya
"The Nuba people are from a hidden place, and it's easy to forget they are there. That’s why we like to make this loud noise. To let you know we exist and are important".
In this multimedia blog, Oxfam's Bob Ferguson gets a closer look at the fuel-efficient Darfur Stoves, a project supported by music fans and artists like State Radio.
In this multimedia blog, Oxfam's music artist relations coordinator tells the story of a memorable encounter from his first trip to Darfur, Sudan.
In the camps of Darfur, health promoters gently guide their neighbors to adopt new and safer household practices.