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Oxfam in Asia - Philippines - Womens Work? Challenging Gender Roles in the Philippines
Oxfam and Unilever, with its Surf laundry brand, have a partnership supporting the Women’s Empowerment and Care initiative (WE-Care) to challenge notions about unpaid care work, making it clear that care and domestic work, makes a valuable contribution to society and should be shared work, thus...
Oxfam in Asia - Philippines - A Climate of Difficult Choices
The international community has failed to deliver climate finance at the scale required for vulnerable countries like the Philippines to adapt to climate change. Urgent scale up and effective use of climate finance is required, targeted towards locally-led inclusive adaptation for the most...
Oxfam in Asia - Pakistan - Hakim Mai, An Inspiring Climate Change Fighter
Meet Hakim Mai, a 27 year old mother of two small children living in the Multan District of the Punjab Province in Pakistan.
Oxfam in Asia - Myanmar - Livelihoods in Peril: Fisherfolk and Farmers in Salween River Industrial Projects
Oxfam and its partner Karen Environment and Social Action Network (KESAN) visited some of the villages along Salween River, to hear from community leaders how the industrial projects – which are being developed along the banks of the river – are affecting their lives.
Oxfam in Asia - Publications - Myanmar - Responsible Investment in Myanmar
Oxfam's 2017 report drawing on evidence from the South-East Asia region to explore the wider social and environmental impacts of Special Economic Zones, with case studies from Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia and Vietnam.
Oxfam in Asia - Cambodia - Five Year Social Protection Program
Oxfam in Cambodia launches Inclusive and Equitable Social Protection for Marginalized Workers in ASEAN Program aimed to promote decent work, reduce poverty, and increase inclusive development.
Oxfam in Asia - Cambodia - Building Community Fisheries to Safeguard Livelihood and Fish Stocks
A mega hydropower dam on a fragile river in norther Cambodia threatens fish stocks and the indigenous communities that depend on them.
Oxfam in Asia - Water Governance - Regional Forum for Gender Equity and Women's Leadership in Water Resource Management of the Mekong
In the Mekong, the role of women in decision making in water resource management is still very limited even though they are responsible for water fetching, food production and family subsistence.
Oxfam in Asia - Mekong Water Governance - Economic Evaluation of Hydropower Projects in the Lower Mekong Basin
There are eleven dams planned for the Lower Mekong mainstream. However, our study finds that these plans seem to have underestimated the economic costs of environmental and social impacts from hydropower.
Oxfam in Asia - Bangladesh - Surviving Daily Life Inside a Refugee Camp
As more and more Rohingya refugees arrive, so do the needs. Women, girls, and nursing mothers are particularly vulnerable and need to be protected.

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