A honeybee project in Ethiopia provides women with an education in job skills, literacy, and accumulating savings.
Lasting change requires systemic change. We must create an environment where poverty cannot persist. We encourage people to think differently about poverty—to ask questions and challenge assumptions.
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Donald Trump has taken the Oath of Office of the President of the United States. With that historic moment comes both opportunities for and challenges to Oxfam’s fight against global poverty.
When the Peruvian village of Las Juntas joined forces with local authorities to reduce disaster risks, the impact was far-reaching.
Runaway inequality is bad for all of us, but it’s the poorest among us who suffer the most.