Empowering women

Empowering women

The response to global hunger is tragically inadequate

The “Global Report on Food Crises”, released today by the Food Security Information Network, says that more than 113 million people across 53 countries experienced acute hunger and required urgent food, nutrition and livelihoods assistance in 2018. This is a human-made crisis caused by conflict, climate change, and a broken global food system, says Oxfam France’s Executive Director Cécile Duflot.

G7 must make the economy work for women

The Group of Seven leaders must agree on concrete steps to combat women’s economic inequality and make the economy work for women, said Oxfam on the eve of the summit in Quebec, Canada.

Rita Dulal is a 26-year-old mother of three girls from  Sindhupalchok who recently got a formal training on masonry skills from Oxfam and partners.

Nepal: women on the front lines to build back better

One of the major challenges the Nepal earthquakes of 2015 presented was rebuilding damaged houses in a way that would make them withstand any future tremors. Oxfam has recently trained nearly a thousand masons, one hundred of them women, to build back better. Learn more about the program.

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