In the semi-arid Sahel, Senegalese farmers find ways of coping.
As a writer at Oxfam, I get to meet and spend time with many of the people whose lives Oxfam supporters are helping to change. Here are some of them.
President-elect’s cabinet nominations have sinister implications for us and our planet.
Even amidst dark and gloomy days, I find inspiration in women leading their communities around the world.
Across the world women are held back and held down by cultural standards that discriminate against them, laws that limit their mobility, unequal compensation, violence, lack of representation. However, we keep seeing women who, despite having the chips stacked against them, manage to rise above those challenges.
Oxfam’s Jackie Nelson reflects on her work managing the I Hear You video project with creator, Julie Anne Robinson, and 14 artists lending their voices.
Last month I traveled to Iraq and even though winter was about to set in, thousands of families were fleeing the fighting around Mosul
Patricia is a home care aide in Chicago. She shared her story with Oxfam as part of our research on gender segregation in the US workforce.
For an American working on climate change, the last couple of weeks felt as surreal as a movie. But the climate crisis is no fiction.