small scale producers

  • Seafood workers in Thailand

    Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on small-scale producers and workers

    22 June 2020
  • Field Tree Village, Butaw Oil Palm Concession, Liberia. Photo: Anna Fawcus/Oxfam

    Companies spoke. Did their suppliers listen?

    4 March 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
  • Launched by Oxfam and local partners, the Female Food Heroes initiative is an annual award that champions women farmers who are examples of what millions of women around the world are doing to ensure food security. Photo: Coco McCabe/Oxfam

    Celebrating women farmers: Oxfam’s Female Food Heroes competition

    28 August 2018
  • An Indonesian woman shrimp farmer with her child. Photo by Michael Glowacki.

    Towards a socially responsible Aquaculture Stewardship Council

    24 June 2018
  • 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
  • Los efectos de El Niño, unidos a los del cambio climático, pondrán a 60 millones de personas en riesgo de padecer hambre.

    Closing the divide in Malawi

    24 April 2018