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Thanks to Oxfam supporters, Miriam’s community in rural Zambia has clean, safe, water every single day.
When people needed help in 2018, you gave them hope.
How one local woman is mobilising villages to show their love for the free-flowing river, and defying those who wish to exploit it.
We know that education gives young people a path out of poverty. But the pathway to education is, quite literally, long and bumpy in Southern Malawi. So we’re breaking the cycle of poverty with… well, with cycles.
Hear from Oxfam’s Alex Garay, who travelled to Arnhem Land for the 20th Anniversary of the Garma Festival.
The water crisis in Nepal is so acute that in Darchula, a group of women came together to advocate for clean water to be brought to their village.
Oxfam’s Kate Bensen reports from the field in Far West Nepal, where nearly 3 in 4 people survive on dirty, unsafe water.
Kiran, who is nine months pregnant, just wants her children to grow up healthy and strong. But she has no access to clean water and she must walk long distances to collect water from a dirty well.
Australia needs a generous and stable aid program that leaves no one behind, bolsters the capacity and responsibility of countries to provide for all their people, and helps to build resilience in an increasingly risky world.