The companies that make your favorite chocolate bars are not doing much to support the women who grow and pick cocoa for them. You can change this.
Over the past century, powerful food and beverage companies have enjoyed unprecedented commercial success.
The world’s largest food and beverage companies have a lot of power – but you have more. And because they’re not using theirs enough to help poor communities or the planet, you can use yours to change the way they do business.
Oxfam calls for urgent action to prevent eviction of thousands from camps, as residents say they will be unable to afford to pay rent.
Join Oxfam’s global online policy discussion from November 19-30, 2012.
We're hosting an online discussion about how to achieve food justice for women, running for two weeks Novem
Martha Mwasu Waziri was chosen as Tanzania's Mama Shujaa wa Chakula 2012 (Female Food Hero). She won 10 million Tanzanian Shillings ($6,325) to buy farming equipment of her choice.
The UN Committee on World Food Security (CFS) has delivered solid guidance and important recommendations that governments must now follow through with action.
With 60 percent of Haitians relying on farming to feed their families, a revitalized agriculture sector in Haiti is absolutely crucial to long-term growth.
The hunger crisis in Yemen, which affects almost one out of every two Yemeni citizens, and is putting nearly one million children at risk of severe malnutrition, must be addressed immediately.
Women played a key role in Yemen's 2011 popular uprising, but almost a year on they are still waiting for change.