Remembering that we can’t solve the world’s biggest problems--like hunger and poverty--without investing in women who make a difference.
Thanks to a plan to create farmers' markets in Bogota, both rural growers and city consumers are eating better.
Villagers in a remote region of Tigray used to walk six hours a day to fetch water for their families. Now, a dam provides a reliable source nearby, ensuring local children have plenty of time to attend school.
Some powerful statistics bring home the message that Mother’s Day is an opportunity to honor not just the women you know and love, but in effect, all women everywhere.
Whether in Boston or in Mali, we're working toward the same goals: healthy food, plentiful food, and equality for everyone to have a place at the table. And as we try to come up with solutions, we can learn from one another along the way.
Take a few minutes to read what these celebrities have to say. And then follow their advice and take action in support of women worldwide.
Oxfam brings together an incredible gathering of women musicians—from legendary rockers to up-and-coming new artists—and invites you to add your name to theirs in support of poor women around the world.
Check out highlights from our interactive photobook, featuring images from around the world in support of women fighting hunger and poverty.
Increased insecurity and waning donor interest in continuing to invest in basic services means that progress that has been made in Afghanistan could slip away--if we don't redouble our efforts.