mujeres trabajadoras

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    Reward work, not wealth

    22 January 2018
  • Pedro, fruit worker in Brazil

    Food workers on the frontline of coronavirus

    1 May 2020
  • Clarice Akinyi washes clothes in Mashimoni village, Nairobi, Kenya. Photo: Katie G. Nelson/Oxfam

    Time to care

    20 January 2020
  • 28 years old Edna washes dishes outside her home in Masvingo District, Zimbabwe.

    Not all gaps are created equal: the true value of care work

    14 January 2020
  • Sulemana is a teacher in Ghana. “When I came to this community as a teacher, I realized parents don’t want to bring their children – especially the girls – to school, she says. They believe that a girl belongs in the kitchen.” Photo: Jacob Stærk

    The public service heroes who know the true cost of inequality

    21 January 2019
  • Human suffering should never be an ingredient in the food we eat. Take action and help us uncover what is hidden behind the price of the food we buy.

    About the campaign

    20 June 2018
  • Mukeshimana Leocadie holds a pineapple outside Tuzamurane cooperative centre in Eastern Rwanda, Kirehe District where she is a member.

    “Tuzamurane”: women pineapple farmers ‘lift one another up’ in Rwanda

    6 March 2017
  • Hoan works in a farment factory in North Vietnam, where she works on average 62 hours each week, earning around $1 an hour.

    Why the majority of the world’s poor are women

    2 March 2017