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  • Nuvis is 64 years old. She has been selling coffee and cigarettes in front of the Port of Maracaibo, Venezuela.

    The Inequality Virus

    25 January 2021
  • Sarah, a fruit vendor in Kampala, Uganda.

    Care in the time of coronavirus

    25 June 2020
  • Nur Jahan* with her daughter Ismat* is walking through the narrow alley beside her tent. Rohingya refygee camp. Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

    United against coronavirus

    19 May 2020
  • In the context of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic,  Huguette faces a challenge of titanic proportions: the lack of water.

    Faced with coronavirus, a water engineer tries to work miracles in Burkina Faso

    3 April 2020
  • Office blocks in the financial district of Dhaka, Bangladesh.Credit: GMB Akash/Oxfam

    The G7’s deadly sins

    22 August 2019
  • Oxfam recently started the construction of a more than 100-kilometres-long gravity-fed water supply system, that will provide safe water to some of the most remote locations in DRC.

    Saving lives with water: support Oxfam’s longest ever pipeline in DRC

    19 March 2019
  • Universal health, education and other public services reduce the gap between rich and poor, and between women and men

    Public good or private wealth?

    21 January 2019
  • The financial district of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Despite economic growth, almost 40 million people in Bangladesh still live below the national poverty line. Photo: GMB Akrash/Oxfam

    The Commitment to Reducing Inequality Index 2018

    8 October 2018
  • The world’s biggest pharmaceutical companies are cheating women and girls out of the chance to beat poverty.

    Prescription for poverty

    17 September 2018