Irrigating a field, caring for the next generation
In high-altitude Peru, an irrigation system and reservoir help a family secure their future.
In Peru, women confront climate change with traditional gardens
Can ancient knowledge help solve today’s problems? Indigenous women in the Amazon believe that it can—and to prove it, they’re going back to their roots.
A new law changes the landscape for Peru's indigenous people
Oxfam and partners joined forces to support the consultation law, which gives communities greater decision-making power over their natural resources and economic development.
Rains across Peru destroy crops, small businesses, and thousands of homes
Oxfam partner works to install toilets and distribute hygiene kits to families living in temporary shelters.
In Peru, farmers and shopkeepers wonder how they will begin again after destructive rains
Heavy rainfall in Peru has caused flooding and left widespread damage, including the destruction of homes, crops, and small businesses.