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Some farmers harvested a bumper crop of rice despite the pests that threatened their fields.
Livestock is like money in the bank: It can help families pay for the education of their daughters.
A new method for coaxing more rice from the land with less water and fertilizer is beginning to take root in Haiti--as it has in Vietnam.
At an agricultural mechanics training program, students learn how to repair farm machinery.
For the 2.2 million people who have fled the bloodshed in Syria, the months ahead will be grim.
Clean water, emergency toilets, and hygiene kits are helping prevent the outbreak of waterborne diseases among Filipinos.
In high-altitude Peru, an irrigation system and reservoir help a family secure their future.
Oxfam is expanding its initial life-saving response to take account of longer-term needs as people return home to communities decimated by the storm.
Innovative small-scale urban farmers all over the world are helping to ensure access to local, healthy food.
Oxfam is racing to deliver water and sanitation services to 20,000 families to help prevent the outbreak of disease in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.
Fishing families from Brazil’s Pernambuco State find it hard to make a living now that they have been evicted from the islands that long supported them.