From the Chelsea Flower Show to Kitabe’s farm in Ethiopia, flowers are enjoyed all over the world!
Kitabe took part in our horticulture project and is surrounded by flowers from the onions she’s growing. She told us: “I have learned new skills, we also have food. I feel very happy, my life has chan
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From the #ChelseaFlowerShow
to Kitabe’s farm in Ethiopia, flowers are enjoyed all over the world! #RHSChelsea
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Narmun travelling with his wife and 7 children arrived in Greece at night in a boat with 60 people, 25 of them children. “In the boat, we saw death,” says Narmun. It took them 3 hours to cross the Aegean and they were very frightened.
Having escaped terrifying conflict, disaster and poverty, vulner
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As the FA Cup final is taking place tomorrow we wanted to share this lovely photo of children in Nairobi playing with their home-made football. We've been helping to level the playing field in the capital by advocating for better services, so one day they won't live with poverty.
Photo credit: Cris
Razia, age 9, washes outside her family home in Mymensingh, Bangladesh, November 2014.
Oxfam helped people like Razia and her family by developing water and sanitation services in 10 poor communities in Bangladesh.
Photo credit: Tom Pietrasik/Oxfam
#oxfam #water #Bangladesh
Nora – 50s Vintage Fashion.
Oxfam launched a competition to find the faces of four decades of vintage fashion. The winners symbolised the 1950s, 60s, 70s and 80s and their image is now featured on the Oxfam Online Shop.
Oxfam’s online shop sells thousands of wonderful and unique items, and every p
Alex and Ethel live in Zambia, where almost 75% of people live in poverty. Live is tough for most people here - but it's even tougher for women, as half of them have experienced violence. Alex is working with us to change the future for his daughter by taking part in our project to tackle violence a
Today is #WorldOnTheMove Day. In South Sudan 1.5 million people, like Stima Rose and her baby Moses, have been forced to flee their homes. We are providing clean water, hygiene facilities to prevent the spread of disease, food, fuel and income support.
Photo: Kieran Doherty/Oxfam @imkierandoherty
London's iconic Trafalgar Square was transformed into an interactive, tropical tax haven today by Oxfam, Action Aid and Christian Aid to increase pressure on David Cameron and world leaders to agree plans to clamp down on tax dodging at an international anti-corruption summit.
Photo - Andy Hall / O
Barbara wanted to be a teacher. Instead she spends hours every day walking to collect water. If everyone paid their fair share of tax people like Barbara could have a better future.
We must end tax havens.
Photo - Abbie Trayler-Smith @abbiets
#Oxfam #inequality #evenitup #zambia
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"I see anger. I see young people asking, what can we do?" - Stella is campaigning to #EndTaxHavens
. Add you voice.
When we met Morgan he was playing at a dump in Nairobi while his mum worked sorting through the rubbish. Morgan wasn’t at school as his family couldn’t afford to send him. It’s a huge injustice, especially when you consider that Kenya is the fastest growing economy in Africa.
This has to change.
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