women rights

women rights

Afghan Women. Photo: Lalage Snow/Oxfam

Female voices from Afghanistan

Thirteen years after the fall of the Taliban regime, there have been tangible gains for Afghan women. But many Afghan women remain highly vulnerable and more work is needed to protect them and their rights.

Girls participating in Oxfam‟s Great Idea project in Parwan Province, Afghanistan. Photo: © Lalage Snow/Oxfam

Behind Closed Doors

Women’s rights have been held up as one of the most tangible gains of the international intervention in Afghanistan, but these gains remain fragile and are at an increasing risk of erosion.

Women and cocoa evaluation

This evaluation provides an analysis of four gender impact assessments and action plans published by the world’s “Big Three” chocolate companies in two countries.

Rice Farmers in Minbu, Myanmar's central Dryzone, Photo: Hein Latt Aung/Oxfam

Delivering prosperity in Myanmar's dryzone

Modernization of Myanmar’s agricultural sector is, rightly, a priority. However, mechanization and large-scale agricultural investment is not the only option.

Gori Bhatt, Amna Khatoon Brohi and Shazzia Bhatti studying in Sindh province, Pakistan

Women’s leadership is a fundamental part of our work, and why we put women’s rights at the heart of everything we do.

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