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The huge smiles say it all. Antonina Mendola (centre) who led Oxfam Cymru’s Access to Work and Enterprise project gathers with some of the participants at the end of the 3 year project working with lone parents who are one of the most affected by welfare benefit legislation changes.

From fork to plate, South Riverside Community allotments, supported by Oxfam Cymru’s Building Livelihoods project, helps grow and distribute food locally in Cardiff.

Oxfam Cymru’s Livelihoods project Peer Mentors show off their well earned Certificates of Achievement after passing their training programme. Peer mentors are a cornerstone of the Livelihoods project providing key support to people in their communities.

Let’s celebrate! The Building Livelihoods and Strengthening Communities project reaches half way! The Senedd holds court to stories of success and challenges ahead.

By Royal approval. Prince Charles meets participants at the Dyffryn Community allotment housed in the grounds of Tredegar House, part of Oxfam Cymru’s Livelihoods project.

Oxfam’s report ‘Solidarity with Syrians’ shows that Wales needs to resettle 724 Syrian refugees before the end of 2016 to meet its fair share. All Local Authorities in Wales have now confirmed they are ready to play their part to resettle Syrian families.

We did it! Oxfam Cymru’s Sanctuary in Wales project worked with refugee and asylum-seeking women to become more skilled, gain qualifications, create networks and be more active in their local community and just as importantly be more confident, healthier and happier.

Smiles at the end of a day of employability training, part of Oxfam Cymru’s Sanctuary in Wales project. A day of preparation for the UK workplace including mock interviews for refugee and asylum-seeking women who have a higher than average rate of unemployment and are more likely to end up in employment below their skills.

What an achievement for the more than 450 women who took part in Oxfam Cymru’s Sanctuary in Wales project. The final celebration event was full of proud faces as everyone celebrated their successes and achievements, as well as discussing the challenges of seeking sanctuary with political representatives.

Learning about the world in the classroom. Oxfam Cymru supports global citizenship across Wales helping children to develop their knowledge and skills as to how we can all help tackle poverty and inequality.

On your bike! Oxfam Cymru’s Carys Thomas and Casia Wiliam take to their bikes at the National Eisteddfod to ask people to support a fair and global climate deal in Paris.

Oxfam’s Even it Up bus arrives in Cardiff Bay shouting loudly that to end extreme poverty we must tackle inequality. Why should 25% of the population in Wales earn less than the living wage?