Improvements big and small in East Asia
Feature Story | Jul 21, 2005
Oxfam America partner Green Watershed helps local villagers preserve their way of life through their own expertise.
"An energizing experience"
Feature Story | Jul 19, 2005
Sharing this experience with some of the most impassioned and successful activists from across the United States refueled my own activist energy.
Djimon Hounsou learns how US subsidies affect Africa
Feature Story | Jul 01, 2005
In June 2005, Academy Award-nominated actor Djimon Hounsou took a fact-finding mission to Mali on behalf of Oxfam's Make Trade Fair campaign. Oxfam's Lyndsay Cruz traveled with the actor from Benin and wrote this three-day diary of their trip.
Interview: Jose Angel Tolentino
Feature Story | Mar 30, 2005
Jose Angel Tolentino, 43, an economist specializing in international trade, works for FUNDE, an Oxfam partner in El Salvador.
A Darfur mother faces bleak choices in camp for 15,000 people
Feature Story | Mar 02, 2005
Collecting firewood and fodder are tasks full of risk for this Darfur mother. But without them, she won't be able to care for her family.
Interview: Humberto Piaguaje
Feature Story | Jan 17, 2005
Humberto Piaguaje is the representative of the Secoya people to the Assembly of Delegates of Communities Affected by Texaco.
Travelling down West Salvation Road
Feature Story | Dec 15, 2004
Travel in Darfur requires patience and time. Often, riding on the back of a donkey is the most reliable way to get where you want to go.
The second life of litter
Feature Story | Dec 06, 2004
Little is wasted in poor Darfur: recycling is a way of life.
Interview: Pablo Fajardo
Feature Story | Sep 28, 2004
Pablo Fajardo is the Amazon Defense Front's legal coordinator for the case against Texaco.