Oxfam photo exhibit reveals the dreams and ambitions of young women in Nyal, where child marriage is a common occurrence.
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Famine is in the news these days, sadly, and you may be wondering: What exactly is a famine and what can we do to stop it?
An Oxfam program supplies female farmers with the tools to manage their crops and to redistribute power in their households.
Are you confused about what's going on in Darfur, Sudan and South Sudan? Here's a short primer on this troubled region and what Oxfam is doing to help.
The challenges her mother faced as a single mom inspired Jean-Christabel Asipkwe to take a closer look at the lives of women refugees fleeing South Sudan.
Months after marking four years of devastating war, South Sudan has reached another critical point: more South Sudanese are hungry than ever before.