Oxfam GROW campaign
Oxfam GROW campaign
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Tell our political leaders it's time to stop the big polluters from destroying people's lives: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Greedy coal polluters like Adani are threatening to push millions of people into deeper poverty. And our government is backing them all the way by aggressively pushing expanded coal exports and failing to curb Australia's own pollution.
Oxfam GROW campaign 05/23/2017
Oxfam GROW campaign
Oxfam GROW campaign
05/20/2017 at 15:42. Facebook
The seas are rising, droughts are spreading, and storms are becoming more violent. Many people in the world are already feeling the disastrous effects of...
Oxfam GROW campaign 05/20/2017

Feeding the World Without Destroying It

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Oxfam GROW campaign
Oxfam GROW campaign
05/19/2017 at 14:59. Facebook
Barack Obama spoke out on climate change last week, warning that all countries will be affected.
Oxfam GROW campaign
Oxfam GROW campaign
05/18/2017 at 14:39. Facebook
In Morocco, a powerful grass-roots organization is shaking society’s patriarchal foundations.
In Morocco a powerful grassroots organization is shaking societys patriarchal foundations

In a Fight for Land, a Women’s Movement Shakes Morocco

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For many people in East Africa, the current drought is the worst in living memory. Nomadic pastoralists are among the hardest hit.

Hodan Abdi Mohammed is 45 years old. Hodan has lost all of her six children and her husband during the drought, due to a lack of food and sickness. All of her livestock is dead too. She couldn’t go to hospital with the children when they were sick; it would have...
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For many people in East Africa the current drought is the worst

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France's new president has a message on climate change
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Women return home after collecting drinking water from the solar-powered filter at Magurakuni, Bangladesh.

As one of the most densely populated countries in the world — with a large population that relies on the land to survive — climate change is a real threat to the people of Bangladesh. Oxfam works in Bangladesh to help build a vibrant and equitable society of women and men who can...
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Women return home after collecting drinking water from the solarpowered filter at

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Despite some important progress to change this in recent years, in no country have women achieved economic equality with men, and women are still more likely than men to live in poverty.

But why?
Despite some important progress to change this in recent years in no

Why the majority of the world’s poor are women | Oxfam International

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#Ojo: todavía hay dos procesos civiles contra #MáximaAcuña. La absolución en proceso penal con #Yanacocha es una victoria, pero la lucha sigue.
¡Estamos contigo Máxima!
Gracias a Se lo explico con plastilina?
Oxfam GROW campaign 05/05/2017
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The women members of the Tuzamurane cooperative have seen a vast increase in their income and are now able to send their children to school, pay for healthcare and buy land.
The women members of the Tuzamurane cooperative have seen a vast increase

“Tuzamurane”: women pineapple farmers ‘lift one another up’ in Rwanda | Oxfam International

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The people of South Sudan are doing all they can to help themselves. Where the newly displaced have arrived, families are generously offering what little they have.

But this is not enough. We need to get more food, clean water and other vital support to the most vulnerable people. >>
The people of South Sudan are doing all they can to help

Famine in South Sudan | Oxfam International

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Marcelo Olivares
Farmers and fisherfolk have been forced off their land in Sri Lanka to make way for luxury hotels. Since Rathanamali, her family and other members of her community were evicted from their land six years ago, they have faced hardship and poverty.
Farmers and fisherfolk have been forced off their land in Sri Lanka

Rathnamali from Sri Lanka: “We have to win this land fight for our children” | Oxfam International

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Climate change is not a hoax or a distant future threat. It is real, and it is happening now. In East Africa climate change is intensifying a deadly mix of drought, poverty, chronic malnutrition and conflict, which has left 11 million people on the brink of starvation.

Find out more >> [ Oxfam.org Link ]
Climate change is not a hoax or a distant future threat It
People of Dang district, Nepal took part in a rally on Earth Day (22nd April) to raise awareness about conserving forests and land. Most of these people, who have been freed from bonded labour, are either landless or land poor. They also urged the government of Nepal to honour their promise to support them after abolishing bonded labour in 2000 and demanded #LandRightsNow.

Indigenous people...
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People of Dang district Nepal took part in a rally on Earth
This Saturday, People's Climate Marches are taking place in Washington DC and across the world to stand up for our communities and climate.

Find your nearest march>> [ Peoplesclimate.org Link ]
This Saturday Peoples Climate Marches are taking place in Washington DC and
Former Cambodian refugee Phratry Derek Pan has a strong message for world leaders. You can support his call to give refugees the chance to find safety and support by adding your first name, last name and clicking the button here: [ Oxfam.org Link ]

#JuiKnia #HopeReturns #StandAsOne

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Former Cambodian refugee Phratry Derek Pan has a strong message for world
Today Tyson Foods is announcing major new commitments around pay for workers, safety in plants, and building a safe space for workers to speak out.

Thank you Tyson for listening to our concerns about conditions for workers and for committing to improving your plants!

The workers we’ve connected with are really hoping that these commitments translate into better conditions in the tough jobs...
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Oxfam GROW campaign 04/26/2017