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Every day, in every country, women's efforts to escape poverty are blocked by violence, abuse and discrimination. But when a woman is unlimited she can use her potential to help end poverty -- not just for herself, but for everyone.
Women unlimited appeal
Why tackling discrimination against women can help end poverty for everyone.
We're working to help unlock the potential of more than one million women and girls worldwide
The food blogger on her unshakeable belief that we can all change the world.
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Kerry Akers has returned from working as Oxfam's senior protection officer in South Sudan.
Read more about Kerry's experiences
Italian-born Francesca Passi speaks five languages, spent time translating for Syrian refugees and now raises money for Oxfam. She explains why her determination to fight poverty makes street fundraising the ideal career choice.
For the first time, a team of refugee athletes will compete under the Olympic flag.
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In accepting the Outstanding Achievement Award at the Charity Awards 2016 our Chief Exec Mark Goldring... Read more
Michelle Layden is a volunteer in our Bookshop on Glasgow's Victoria Road and here she tells... Read more
How does my support help end poverty? Take a peek at Inside Oxfam and discover how we help communities bounce back from disaster.
Stories from our work in emergencies around the world, see how you are saving lives.
The tax African countries lose because of personal wealth hidden in tax havens could pay for enough teachers to educate every child in Africa.
“We’ve all got the power to change the world.”
Meet Sue Greenwood who lost a leg in the 2005 London bombings. One year later, she took part in our Trailwalker 100km walking challenge.
Oxfam supporter Roger Saunders took to the skies to celebrate leaving a gift to Oxfam in his Will.
Stories of hope in a changing climate. Here are just a few of the many stories showing how your support is helping people improve their future, despite the changing climate.
The author of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time travels to Ethiopia with Oxfam.
Meet five amazing women who are giving their families and communities the strength to survive.
Anita KC will never forget the day her house fell down – the day a massive earthquake devastated Nepal. See how Oxfam supporters helped her get through it.
Brian in South Sudan is no stranger to heavy lifting – he shifts three tonnes of water on his bike, every day. Thanks to Oxfam supporters, he now shifts three tonnes of clean, safe water.
Meet Amal, living in Jordan’s Za’atari camp, and find out how puppets are teaching kids who have this escaped violent conflict to protect themselves from disease.
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