Oxfam Ambassador and all-round good guy, Sammy J, recently traveled to Papua New Guinea with us to see our work firsthand. Read about the people he met, the projects he saw, and the trouble he got himself into!
Tag: Papua New Guinea
2016 was a year of massive upheaval for many people across the world. But it was not all bad news. Together with Oxfam, you’ve been there, and given hope to millions of people.
Last month, Oxfam launched its GROW campaign in Papua New Guinea and released two new short films that show how local activities in the Highlands are changing lives for the better. GROW is Oxfam’s global campaign to fix the broken food system. Around the world today, one in eight people go to bed hungry. By […]
Houses are sinking into the mud, crops are underwater and serious diseases are taking hold as floods continue to devastate East Sepik province, Papua New Guinea.
I have just returned from Papua New Guinea where the struggle for control of the country’s natural resources is raging. Communities are quite literally fighting for their lands, environment, livelihoods and culture – all of these are at risk from logging, palm oil and other so-called developments. Land is life, as they say in PNG. […]