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Family farms provide up to 80 per cent of the food supply in Asia and sub-Saharan African. Supporting these small-scale producers to reach their full potential is one of the simplest strategies that could transform our global food system.

Rural women are these...

Oxfam is holding a “Pailwalker” event next Saturday (October 18) in Vancouver to walk in solidarity with women in developing countries, whose water struggles are increasing everyday due to climate change.

Could you make it as a farmer with a family to feed? We need you to find out and tell your friends about the need to feed people and fight climate change

In El Salvador those who grow over 80% of the food consumed in the country are those most likely to suffer from hunger. It's time to change this.

Winnie Byanyima and other supporers at People's Climate March in New York

675,000 people around the world came together for the biggest ever mobilisation on climate.

Oxfam Public Health Promoter, Meriam Asibal meets with government community health teams in Liberia. Oxfam has provided these teams with disinfection kits for holding centers and burial teams. Photo: Oxfam

As the Ebola outbreak continues to worsen, Oxfam has joined forces with West African health authorities to combat the spread of the deadly disease.

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