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Mozambique’s 4th largest city is 90 percent under water and survivors need clean water and shelter
Like the air we breathe, water is essential in our lives. But for at least 2.1 billion people, clean water is still out of reach.
Reports from southern Africa indicate millions are affected and in urgent need of clean water, sanitation, food.
Female plumbers plug up leaks in Jordan’s water system
His new book explores what small-scale farmers can teach us as the hunger and climate crises converge like never before.
Oxfam will be responding with water, sanitation services, food and other non-food items to people affected by Cyclone Idai that hit Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe on March 14-15.