You'll be helping women like rice farmer, Jilena Pineda.
She is involved in an Oxfam climate adaptation project in Esperanza. As part of the project we are also raising awareness of unequal distribution of household responsibilities and working with communities to redistribute tasks more evenly, so women have more time for income-generating activities. And Jilena has seen the benefits extend beyond improving rice production into increasing equality.
"Working in the fields is helping to empower women in the community," Jilena explains. "Because we are all equal in the rice fields now when we go back home, we divide the household chores. If I do the cooking, my husband does the laundry."
What your money can buy
£10 can enable 10 farmers to use weather forecasting equipment in three Climate Information Centres
£70 can train one farmer in environmentally-friendly, climate-resilient farming techniques