Stories

Read about twenty-two year old Rohingya artist Enayet Khan who uses art to reflect on the experiences of his community and life as a refugee. ...

For farmers like Sharofat Sharipova, once a good apple season was overshadowed with worries about selling the apples before they started to rot. Now they have come together to form Producer Groups, learnt new techniques and are connected to the markets. ...

Women farmers transplanting rice

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every sector of the economy in Pakistan; the agriculture sector is no exception. However, proving its resilience in one of the country’s worst economic slowdowns, the agriculture and livestock sector fared far better than other services and small-scale...

Fair Finance Thailand launched its second annual bank policy assessments for 9 largest Thai commercial banks

Fair Finance Thailand launched its second annual bank policy assessments for 9 largest Thai commercial banks.

BREAK THROUGH HER “CHALLENGES”- WOMEN LEADER IN WATER GOVERNANCE

This collation of nine profiles of women leaders in the form of pictures with short narratives highlights the added value of women’s leadership roles, their involvement in decision-making processes, along with...

How Vietnamese smallholders overcame a twofold crisis

As Vietnamese southern farmers struggled with drought and saline intrusion, the country is yet hit with the COVID-19 pandemic. Facing a twofold crisis, smallholders proved that their sound preparedness and good collaborations could work wonders amid a shaken economy....

Oxfam - Cambodia - Indigenous Peoples - Land Rights

Learn how Oxfam and partners are supporting communities of indigenous peoples in Cambodia to protect their forest & land resources and claim their rights to these natural resources for their sustainable livelihoods....

Oxfam in Asia - TROSA Water Governance - River Youth Camp

Oxfam, through the TROSA Programme, promotes regional collaboration among South Asia's youth groups to strengthen cooperation on water management in transboundary waters....

Indonesia Sunda Strait Tsunami Aftermath

A devastating tsunami struck the islands in Indonesia’s Sunda Strait has reportedly killed 430 people, injured hundreds more and displaced more than 11,000 from their homes....