small-scale agriculture

  • Woman farmer in Ghana. Photo: Nana Kofi Acquah/Oxfam

    Accountability deficit?

    29 April 2019
  • For Theophile and Calinie, the adoption of sustainable farming practices has resulted in a dramatic increase in yields (50 to 250 kilogrammes of beans) and incomes to ensure a better quality of life for their children. Photo: Lisa Murray/Oxfam

    A living income for small-scale farmers

    15 November 2018
  • An Indonesian woman shrimp farmer with her child. Photo by Michael Glowacki.

    Towards a socially responsible Aquaculture Stewardship Council

    24 June 2018
  • In South Sudan, Oxfam trained producers in good cultivation, storage and marketing techniques. Elizabeth is now cultivating new vegetables. “With the money I make, I can send my children to school and pay for healthcare” she says. Photo: Tim Bierley/Oxfam

    Empowering women farmers to end hunger and poverty

    12 October 2017
  • A woman in Tsholotsho District in Zimbabwe is participating in a pilot project to develop drought-resistant crops and learn simple methods to effectively grow produce (2016). Photo: Sven Torfinn/Oxfam Novib.

    Financing women farmers

    12 October 2017
  • Palm oil fruit, PT Adei plantation, Riau province, Sumatra, Indonesia (2014). Photo: Des Syafrizal/ Oxfam

    Pathways to deforestation-free food

    6 September 2017
  • Oxfam's Pink Phones project in Cambodia involves the distribution of mobile phones to women in rural communities. Photo: Simon Rawles/Oxfam

    Missing out on small is beautiful

    3 July 2017
  • 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