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Innovation case study: R4 Rural Resilience Initiative

R4 helps farmers and communities manage risk using four strategies: improved resource management (risk reduction), insurance (risk transfer), microcredit (prudent risk taking), and savings (risk reserves).

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Behind the Brands

Oxfam’s Behind the Brands campaign assesses companies’ performance on social responsibility, compares them with their peers, and challenges them to use their enormous power to help create a more just food system.

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Haiti Livelihoods Program

Oxfam works with men and women farmers in the rice-growing area of Haiti’s Artibonite Valley to raise their voices and improve their livelihoods.

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Politics of Poverty blog

While the economic engine roars, workers are choking on the fumes

As Workers Memorial Day rolls around again on April 28 – a grim marker for the thousands of workers killed and injured on the job each year – it’s urgent to consider how this administration is making work more arduous and dangerous. The move to slash regulations is destroying systems that have protected and aided workers in the most hazardous jobs.

Politics of Poverty blog

Words matter, but lobbying dollars get the job done

Over the last year there has been a lot of hubbub about how the private sector has stood up to some of President Trump’s harshest policy proposals. We wanted to know: have those public statements and stances made any headway with policymakers? Today Oxfam released a new report, Dollars and Sense: Corporate Responsibility in the […]

Politics of Poverty blog

Doing the tasks that nobody else will do

The poultry industry has a long history of tapping vulnerable populations to do the jobs that no one else will do. The latest workforce targeted to work in these arduous and exhausting conditions? Refugees.