Oxfam in Liberia

Women from Yawerlee harvest rice. Oxfam works with farming communities to help them increase their income. Photo: Aubrey Wade

From our staff

Jeff Juaquellie, Programme Quality & Learning Officer

 My role involves ensuring the quality of our work in Liberia - and making sure we are consistently monitoring, evaluating, reporting and updating what we do. Our work here is wide-ranging - testing water to make sure it's clean, teaching people how to keep water safe, helping farmers get rice from the paddy fields all year round, supporting refugees from the Ivory Coast, and enabling women to develop skills producing handicrafts, so they can earn a living and generate a decent income. I am proud of the brand and reputation Oxfam has created in Liberia.

In 2012-13 Oxfam directly helped:

200,000
people in
Liberia

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