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Subject: livelihoods

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What should we learn from Communities First

It won't have escaped your attention that the Welsh Government is soon to end its flagship programme for tackling poverty in Wales, Communities First.  ...

Skills for Life – giving women a hand on their journey to employment

Skills for life is an exciting new project which is enabling women in Cardiff to gain the skills and confidence they need to progress into decent work. ...

We want a Wales where local services are designed with people at their heart

In Wales almost a quarter of people live in relative poverty.  ...

Can Wales become a Living Wage Nation?

Today in Wales, about a quarter of the population are living in poverty - that's 700,000 people.  ...

Celebrating the success of Oxfam Cymru's Livelihoods Project

"I was sort of stagnant, and now I'm not. Now I've got a future, thanks to the Livelihoods Project." Diane Bennett, Peer Mentor at the South Riverside Community Development Centre  ...

Surviving to Thriving: Celebrating the success of Oxfam Cymru's Livelihoods Project

On Thursday 5 February Oxfam Cymru hosted an event at The Senedd in Cardiff Bay to celebrate the success of the Big Lottery Funded Building Livelihoods and Strengthening Communities in Wales'...

Happy Mothers Day from Glyncoch

Young mums in South Wales are lifting their lives for good with Oxfam Cymru's backing. Four friends with small children decided their estate badly needed a mother and toddler group and...

Matthew gains skills that will last a lifetime

One of Oxfam Cymru's projects to build livelihoods in Wales is using woodwork to help local people carve out a future for themselves. The Livelihoods project at the Dove Workshop in Banwen...

Spring in the air at Duffryn

The weather may still be chilly, but green shoots were showing at Duffryn Community Allotment in Newport where the first working day of the season got off to a flying start this week. 36 people...

Prince Charles at Duffryn Community Allotment

Royal visit for allotment project

The rain may have poured down, but spirits were high when volunteers at Duffryn Community Allotment welcomed HRH Prince Charles on an official visit  to Newport last Friday. The Prince...

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