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Oxfam GROW campaign
12/05/2016 at 14:08. Facebook
Victory for the Standing Rock tribe: the Dakota Access Pipeline will be re-routed. This is a huge win for people power!
Oxfam GROW campaign
12/05/2016 at 07:47. Facebook
Joan Carling is at the forefront of "a new battleground for human rights": the fight for land and the environment

Malaria, murder and occupational hazards of indigenous activists in the Philippines

Oxfam GROW campaign
12/04/2016 at 16:47. Facebook
"Not a day goes past without people asking me about the climate."

Nabonswendé Sawadogo helps her village in Burkina Faso to adapt their farming to the changing weather patterns, meaning they can grow more food to eat.

Climate change in Burkina Faso: fighting through hell and high water | Oxfam International

Oxfam GROW campaign
12/03/2016 at 08:12. Facebook
Around one third of food produced for our plates goes to waste. Help fight food waste in the most delicious way!

[ Oxfamamerica.org Link ]

Reduce food waste with skillet chilaquiles | Oxfam America First Person Blog

Oxfam GROW campaign
12/03/2016 at 07:47. Facebook
Kiribati is a Micronesian island nation that sits roughly halfway between Australia and Hawaii. This collection of 33 atolls, spanning across two million square miles of deep blue Pacific waters, has become the world’s cautionary tale, the worst-case scenario for a planet in climate crisis.

Migration In A Warming World

Oxfam GROW campaign
12/02/2016 at 08:01. Facebook
The worst drought in three decades has left more than 28 million people in need of immediate aid in Southern Africa. Now the region is threatened by a different weather phenomenon: La Niña

La Nina is here: Once more, we are not ready

Oxfam GROW campaign
12/01/2016 at 07:45. Facebook
Climate change is here - and it's hitting the poorest people first and worst.

13 devastating photos to show your friend who doesn't believe in climate change.

Where others see challenges, Jumati sees stepping stones to success.

Read her story>> [ Facebook.com Link ]

Asia GROW Campaign
On International Women Human Rights Defenders Day, support women defending rights on the front-line - #SayEnough

31 Women Activists Murdered in 2015 - You Can Help Stop the Violence | Oxfam International Blogs

Mrs. Ma’s and Liu Juan’s villages in China were struck by disaster, but they persevered to make a living and to help fellow community members.

Read their story here: [ Facebook.com Link ]

Asia GROW Campaign
Meet 30 year old Cheper from Indonesia. He works tirelessly alongside his wife to protect his daughter and all girls from violence in his community. “I believe everyone can make a difference”. SHARE to join him and Oxfam in Indonesia to #SayEnough to violence against women and girls.
Kandana and his family have lived on their forest lands for generations. Yet the government ignores their rights and uses the land for industrial plantations.

Here’s the whole story: [ Standforlandrights.org Link ]
“Our biggest problem is food: we can’t find enough to eat. We don’t have any money-making activities to buy enough food. We receive aid, but it is insufficient.”

This is Africa’s fastest growing displacement crisis.

Oxfam International - Lake Chad’s Unseen Crisis on Exposure

Today, on the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, we are saying ENOUGH. Watch this video to see why we all need to #SayEnough and SHARE to join voices around the world calling for an end to violence against women and girls.
A clean energy revolution is lighting up more and more homes in Africa.
After two failed harvests, 41 million people don't have enough to eat in Southern Africa. Now La Niña is here. The time to act is now.
Millions of people facing extreme weather can't afford to keep waiting for action on climate change. The #COP22 climate talks ended on the weekend - read more about why they were disappointing>>

Climate campaigners are 'extremely disappointed' in the outcome of COP22 summit

“Nutritious food is a dream for people. The situation is getting more and more critical every day.” - Dr. Manzoor Ahmed, Oxfam’s deputy country director for Yemen.

Yemen is on the brink of famine

Ivrose and her family have lost their kitchen, garden and all their animals. Their land and crops are ruined, and the seeds for next year are gone.

Read more about how the people of Haiti are dealing with the devestation of Hurricane Matthew >> [ Oxfam.org Link ]

Haiti after Hurricane Matthew: no crops, no seeds, no shelter | Oxfam International

Phorn Sopheak was attacked with a knife whilst protecting a forest in Cambodia from illegal logging.

But it's only increased her commitment: "No matter what happens to me, if I am still alive I will devote my life to protect the Mekong River and forests".

Read her story >> [ Oxfamamerica.org Link ]