Emma Fawcett reflects on the Saving for Change and Reproductive Health programme in Mali, the success of family planning training and the importance of involving men in future phases.
Mali has one of the highest fertility rates in the world, with an average of more than 6 children per woman. Closely spaced births also contribute to maternal mortality (587 deaths per 100,000 live births) and infant mortality (68 deaths per 1,000 live births). Oxfam’s…
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Ahead of the Gender Smart Investing Summit, Caroline Ashley, Miranda Morgan, Thalia Kidder and Fabian Llinares set out Oxfam’s top tips for gender-smart investing.
So you want to invest in women and girls. You want to improve lives and tackle deep-seated problems. But will you be practical and ambitious, tokenistic or transformational?
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El Centro de Conocimiento de Oxfam sobre Empoderamiento Económico de las Mujeres en la Agricultura tiene el placer de anunciar a las ganadoras de los premios de 2018 de liderazgo en el ámbito del empoderamiento…Continue
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Le pôle de connaissance d’Oxfam sur l’autonomisation économique des femmes dans l’agriculture a le plaisir d’annoncer le nom des lauréates des Prix du leadership en matière d'autonomisation économique des femmes 2018.
26 personnes remarquables, issues de 16 pays ont été nominées (consulter l’ensemble des nominations).
Les lauréates ont impressionné le comité de sélection par l’étendue de leur travail dans les domaines du développement, humanitaire et…Continue
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Oxfam’s Knowledge Hub on Women’s Economic Empowerment in Agriculture is delighted to announce the winners of the 2018 Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE)…Continue
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Oxfam’s Knowledge Hub on Women's Economic Empowerment (WEE) in Agriculture is organising the 2018 Oxfam WEE Leadership Awards to recognise staff members from across Oxfam and partner and community organisations who have shown exceptional championship of WEE. The Hub will announce the winners of this award on Thursday 21st June.
We received nominations for 26 inspiring individuals from across 16 countries. Nominations include 15…Continue
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I am pleased to share final report based on a joint research carried out by Oxfam Australia, Oxfam Sri Lanka and Monash University - as part of the Oxfam-Monash Partnership, on the participation of rural women in agriculture across three districts of Sri Lanka.
The study found that even though women contributed significantly to the agriculture sector - in terms of both paid and unpaid work, they were not equal recipients of resources or services, their…
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Thalia Kidder and Claudia Canepa explain why unpaid care work matters in tackling poverty and gender inequality, and discuss what can be done to recognise, reduce and redistribute the work load.
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Can working within existing structures lead to breakthroughs in gender equality? Daniel Morchain reflects on the contrast between points of view at the UN Commission on the Status of Women meetings last month.
The 62nd session of the …
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Building a foundation for a new generation of women small-holder farmers in rural Tajikistan
With this aim, Oxfam’s Gender, Enterprise & Markets (GEM) project supported women farmers to take initiatives to expand their knowledge, empowered roles in decision making and activities…
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In economics we are taught that there is no such thing as a free lunch. Even if something appears to be free, there are always costs – to you and/or society. What is…
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How can trade work for, not against, gender equality? Marion Sharples shares the key messages from a recent webinar hosted by Oxfam and the Gender and Development Network.
Women’s economic empowerment is flavour of the month in policy circles, and international…
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The Women's Economic Empowerment in Agriculture Community has continued to flourish this year!
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ActionAid’s POWER project now has two policy briefs on the: ‘Incorporation of Women’s Economic Empowerment and Unpaid Care Work into regional policies’. One version is focused on South Asia and the other on…
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Women’s heavy and unequal contributions to care work are a challenge to their participation in social, economic and political life and overall wellbeing. How can project interventions change this? Senior researcher Martin Walsh reflects on the findings of two in-depth…
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What overall impact are Oxfam’s women’s empowerment projects having? Simone Lombardini and Kristen McCollum attempted to answer this question by conducting a meta-analysis of our effectiveness review evaluations. Here Simone shares the key findings.
After over six years…Continue
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