Tanzania’s female food heroes transform the landscape
Oxfam leads a contest that puts the stories of women like Martha Waziri in the national spotlight.
Nine hectares of hope: an irrigation project promises better harvests for Ethiopian farmers
With the help of an Oxfam partner, local farmers have tapped well water to nourish their fields in the Central Rift Valley.
Where there's water, there's hope: Tapping the potential of a river in West Arsi
For more than 400 farmers along the Gurracho River, water now flows in abundance to their fields through a new irrigation system.
With insurance, loans, and confidence, this Ethiopian farmer builds her resilience
Selas Samson Biru is using her entrepreneurial spirit--and the security she has from her insurance--to build a more secure future for her family.
A feeding program in Somalia has helped more than 136,000 children and mothers
Supported by Oxfam, the center aims to treat acutely malnourished children and ensure they don't slip back into nutritional crisis.
As drought tightens its grip on East Africa, new approaches needed to a long-term problem
More than 10 million people are facing a severe food crisis.
Rankin in Congo: 'Their humanity was what I wanted people to notice'
In 2009, celebrity photographer Rankin returned to Congo where he captured the love stories and portraits of people struggling through years of conflict in the eastern provinces.
As villagers flee new fighting in Congo, Oxfam works to bring them clean water
Many are now sheltering with host families and often crowded into single-room houses with poor access to clean water and sanitation.
Just a boy: meeting child soldiers in eastern Congo
Humanitarian press officer Rebecca Wynn reports from eastern Congo, where a wave of violence has forced more than 250,000 people to flee their homes since August.