In the wake of Sandy, Oxfam distributes cholera kits and steps up prevention
The potential for cholera outbreaks is just one of the concerns Haitians have following the heavy rains.
In Cambodia, System of Rice Intensification helps families climb out of poverty
Low-cost agricultural techniques help a farmer achieve a six-fold increase in annual production in one small field, and become a leader in the community.
Saving for Change helps communities in Cambodia address financial difficulty
For Sean Ing, joining Saving for Change has allowed her to manage large expenses that would have cost her dearly if she had visited a money lender.
As politicians debate action on climate change, Cambodians rally in the capital city
At the Wat Phnom event, they call on governments to meet the needs of poor countries already struggling to deal with the impacts of climate change.
In Cambodia, USAID helps citizen groups protect their legal rights
Support to the Community Legal Education Center (CLEC) helps USAID foster an environment where citizens can have a voice in their government and demand broader accountability.
New coalition to monitor resource revenues in Cambodia
Oil and mineral wealth could change the country, and a new watchdog intends to ensure revenues are well spent, and reduce poverty.
As food prices rise, Oxfam programs help decrease worry
Combining two different programs, farmers are learning to share information, save profits, and grow more rice.
Movie helps farmers learn new "language" to grow more rice
Oxfam and partner CEDAC produce new instructional video on cutting-edge agriculture technique.
In Cambodia, climate extremes threaten an ancient community
Unpredictable floods are destroying the rice crops of the Cham people, forcing families to migrate in a search for survival.
Changing climate leads to increase in malaria in Cambodia
Flooded crops and multiplying mosquitoes create health challenges for Cambodia's rural people.
First the rivers, then the forests: a fragile balance
Rural communities are struggling to survive as they lose their resources one at a time.
Cambodia sees Oxfam as a partner in petroleum lawmaking process
Public forum on extractive industries attracts attention of national government.
Writer learns what life is really like 'in the field'
Traveling by air, boat, and broken-down Toyota provides the best education.