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WEEinAg Launch Event in Nairobi

The Women’s Economic Empowerment in Agriculture Knowledge Hub (WEE in Ag KH), with support…Continue

Started Dec 21, 2015

WEBINAR from UN WOMEN: Why quality jobs matter. May 27th.

The following webinar may be of interest to some of you:UN Women and the SEEP Network have teamed up to offer you an opportunity to engage with key experts on both conceptual and practical issues…Continue

Started May 18, 2015

Follow the Global Care Advocacy workshop -- 22-23 January 2015 in Bangkok

Organised by ActionAid International, the Institute of Development Studies and the Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development, the workshop is part of the collective organisations’ on-going…Continue

Started Jan 22, 2015

'I am (Wo)man' Campaign -- Call for submissions

Oxfam have been invited to participate in an exciting new digital storytelling campaign from UN Women. Launching in February, the ‘I am (Wo)man’ campaign will feature stories and pictures of…Continue

Tags: stories, studies, case, Women, UN

Started Jan 15, 2015


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22 Inspiring Examples Of What We Do

In the attached document, James Whitehead, Global Innovation Adviser at Oxfam GB, share some great examples of innovation in our global programmes. Here's the introduction in his own words:

At Oxfam,…


Posted on September 8, 2015 at 13:51


Eight learning case studies about collective action in agriculture are now available for download on Policy and Practice. These were originally produced for the…


Posted on August 5, 2015 at 11:30

Targeting the young: Tajik puppet shows highlight importance of WEE in Ag

Last week, teams in Tajikistan launched a series of puppet performances at Oxfam target schools. About 200 children watched the colorful performances, featuring locally made puppets and local music under the open sky, framed by beautiful snow-capped mountains. The performances use an adapted version of a famous fairy tale, Raddish, to deliver messages…


Posted on March 20, 2015 at 11:30

Partnering with big business: 4 key lessons

In 2010, Oxfam and Unilever started Project Sunrise, a partnership to learn how to do business with women and men smallholders in a way that improves their livelihoods. Five years on Private sector adviser, Juni…


Posted on March 5, 2015 at 14:46

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