Inequality is central to Oxfam’s mission to fight poverty.
Our 'Internet Now!' project connects villages with the internet, in areas of northern Uganda which have been affected by conflict from the Lord's Resistance Army. The Internet Now! computer centers create employment and give access to other services.
How can low carbon development be pursued without making inequality and food insecurity worse?
Regarding the Somalia Conference in London, Oxfam says:
Africa’s remarkable growth, driven in large part by a minerals and energy boom, is threatened by illicit capital outflows and widening income gaps.
Since 2007, Oxfam and our partner Hijra have collaborated to provide support for Somali families in need through cash programming.
In early January 2012, Oxfam launched an emergency response to the 2011-2012 food crisis in order to support some of the most vulnerable people in the region.
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