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02/24/2017 at 05:36. Facebook
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Join the campaign: WE Demand #landrightsnow
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Our ability to feed the world’s future population depends on us all becoming climate smart.

The challenge to be climate smart with the world’s agriculture

Oxfam GROW campaign
02/21/2017 at 12:06. Facebook
#SouthSudan #famine: People pushed to the brink of survival, women and children are the worst affected: [ Oxf.am Link ]

Man-made famine in South Sudan reflects international failure | Oxfam International

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02/21/2017 at 05:50. Facebook
Climate change is threatening about 700 endangered species and policymakers must act urgently to lessen impact.

Act now before entire species are lost to global warming, say scientists

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02/20/2017 at 05:47. Facebook
Standing Rock and Native Nations will lead a march in Washington D.C. on March 10th 2017. They will march from the Mall to the White House, followed by a rally at the Ellipse to make demands to the new administration. Are you joining in?


The Trump administration might want to disappear this data down a memory hole. So these hackers, scientists, and students are collecting it to save outside government servers.

Diehard Coders Just Rescued NASA’s Climate Data

Share if you agree and #SayEnough to violence against women & girls this Valentine's Day
The 2,815-kilometer Salween River keeps afloat the lives of more than 10 million people in Myanmar. Together with surrounding mountains and lakes, the river sustains fisherfolk, farmers, and their families. However, impending industrial projects are causing people distress, leaving them worried about their future.

Livelihoods in peril: affected fisherfolk and farmers raise concerns on Salween River industrial projects | Oxfam in Myanmar

#Oxfam and #PRAN Dairy join hands to support women dairy producers.

PRAN Dairy, Oxfam join hands to support women dairy producers

Oxfam in Nepal and partners are providing on-the-job mason training in earthquake-affected districts to help produce skilled human resource in the country to support the post earthquake reconstruction. Read more!

Women learning masonry for financial independence in Nuwakot

Farmers across Myanmar are at risk of losing their land, being buried in debt and sidelined in Myanmar’s rush to develop if policies protecting the interests of small-scale farmers are not put in place, civil society organisations say in a meeting with government officials and MPs in the capital Nay Pyi Taw.

MPs asked to protect Myanmar’s poorest farmers from the risks of large-scale agribusiness

Join us for National Close the Gap Day, Thursday 16 March

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Berta Cáceres was murdered in March 2016. Berta was peacefully opposing a dam project being built in her community. For this she paid with her life.

Around the world, women human rights defenders*, like Berta, are threatened, attacked and murdered for standing up for human rights. Earlier this year, I spent time in a women's shelter for survivors of violence. Shelter staff told me of regular...
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Female farmers in India deserve to be leaders of their economic future. They deserve to be free of gendered violence. They deserve equal opportunity to access government grants and schemes. ⠀

To help achieve this, Oxfam began a long term project partnering with the Ascend Women Farmers’ Forum or “Aroh”. Aroh organised two marches in 2007 and 2009 with over 97,000 participants. Oxfam supported...
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Instagram photo by A just world without poverty. • Jan 24, 2017 at 12:27am UTC

In 2016, your support helped us to take some big steps forward in the fight against hunger and inequality.

Thank you – we couldn’t have done it without you.

GROW campaign success stories 2016 | Oxfam International