Goats for 3,000 families in Malawi

Kate Pattison meets Annie Nangwirir, an orphan who is able to take care of her brother and sister in part thanks to the goat they received from Oxfam. ...

Girls' education in Afghanistan: Nazifa's story

Getting girls back into school has been one of the rare Afghan success stories of the last 9 years. But the progress made is in danger of slipping away. Rebecca Wynn explains. ...

The difference you made to mums this Mother's Day

A big BIG thank you to everyone who campaigned on maternal health in the lead up to Mother's Day this year. You've had a huge and important impact. There was an amazing amount of...

A happy ending in Somalia: Malnourished Mohamed made well

Fadumo's son Mohamed's severe sickness is almost over following treatment implemented by Oxfam and SAACID. ...

Giving Haitians control of their own water

In the camps where Oxfam works in Port-au-Prince, displaced people are beginning to pay for their own water. Coco McCabe reports. ...

"I'm on my way": revitalising business in Haiti

Oxfam is helping to revitalise local markets in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, with a series of strategic small-business grants. ...

Ethiopia: "Men can't control us. Nobody controls us!"

Sophie McGrath meets the - previously segregated - women of Harshin, Ethiopia, who are making a huge success in the livestock business. ...

Haiti: families long for land to call their own

Coco McCabe meets families hoping for land to make a new start after the January 2010 earthquake. ...

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