Oxfam is participating in the Global Climate Action Summit to put a face to the millions of people who are forced to flee their homes due to climate change, and help find solutions to climate-changed related migration.
One year ago, Ayesha Khatun lost her husband and son and was forced to flee her home for her and her daughters’ safety. Now living in a refugee camp, she and other single mothers there worry about the lack of protections for women and girls.
Humanitarian public health worker Iffat Tahmid Fatema, 28, reports from Bangladesh, where she is involved with Oxfam’s Rohingya refugee response.
After ISIS destroyed her home and nursery, Oxfam helped Zainab regrow and expand her business. She became the first women in her town to sell plants at the market.
Not unless it includes refugees and immigrants
A reflection on the Muslim Ban and why the fight for human rights, justice and equality must continue.