In Liberia, Oxfam worked with a teenage rape survivor to bring her assailant to justice and find the peace to move on with her life through a program called FLOW that helps girls and women in conflict-riddled countries live free from violence.
According to some estimates, women represent 70 percent of the world’s poor. Oxfam helps women and girls overcome gender discrimination, realize their potential, and assume leadership roles in their communities.
A partnership with Tajikistan’s national Taekwondo team recruits more girls to sports while challenging gender norms
En Carolina del Norte, trabajadores migrantes denuncian abusos en la cadena de valor de Whole Foods.
Salma lost everything in an earthquake in 2018; with a lot of hard work and a few helping hands, she’s able to support her family again.
This election, Oxfam is asking you to demand that all candidates—left, right or center—rise to this moment.
On World Humanitarian Day, we recognize the selflessness of women humanitarians saving lives in the Democratic Republic of Congo