The rights of the world’s poorest people are being violated by trade policies, lack of transparency, and limited access to financial services. We believe earning a living and other markers of economic health are more than evidence of well-being, they are rights.
Story August 27, 2015
When Hurricane Katrina ripped the covers off communities along the Gulf Coast, it exposed deep fissures along racial and economic lines.
First Person blog July 20, 2015
In the last five years, oil-producing developing countries like Nigeria earned about $1.5 trillion. So where is all this money?
Story July 6, 2015
With training from a new Oxfam initiative called Women in Small Enterprise, or WISE, Carmen María Can Pixabaj is steadily increasing the size of her poultry production enterprise.
Story May 29, 2015
An entrepreneurial couple in Senegal invests money from groundnuts into bread for their village.
Story April 20, 2015
In the wake of the largest oil spill in US history, Oxfam America has invested in long-term solutions for fragile environments and vulnerable populations.
First Person blog April 20, 2015
How are people coping five years after the biggest environmental disaster in US history?