In April 2015, when a devastating earthquake hit Nepal, Muna Tamang Giri was pregnant and days away from giving birth. With the third anniversary of the earthquake approaching, we followed up with her to see how she is recovering from the disaster and creating a better life for her family.
As Liberia looks toward its future, one company is determined to make its own contribution to the country’s prosperity, one rice farmer at a time.
Each year, Filipinos face earthquakes, floods, typhoons, and other deadly hazards. Oxfam partners are helping young people make life a little safer.
The Democratic Republic of Congo adopted a new Mining Code, but industry and government are at loggerheads over taxation.
Syrian families deserve peace, safety, and the chance to rebuild their lives - not more destruction.
Over the last year there has been a lot of hubbub about how the private sector has stood up to some of President Trump’s harshest policy proposals. We wanted to know: have those public statements and stances made any headway with policymakers? Today Oxfam released a new report, Dollars and Sense: Corporate Responsibility in the […]