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The health and sanitation programme of Oxfam in Liberia is part of wider measures that could curb the spread of the Ebola virus. We need all measures to combat the disease now, more than ever – because the stakes are too high.

Tegegn may not have set out to become one of the world’s many family farmers, but this week she will serve as spokesperson on their behalf and of the importance of investing in smallholder farmers around the world: people who, like her, may not have chosen this path, but walk it as best they can...

Communities are coming together to feed people and fight climate change this week in celebration of ...

 

As the Ebola outbreak in West Africa continues to claim lives and now ranks as the largest in history, here are answers to some of the questions you might have about the...

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...

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