Ada Santiago lost her home when Hurricane Maria slammed into her hilly community of Cubones, Puerto Rico, last fall. Like thousands, she is struggling to rebuild her life.
Whether training local farmers to increase their crop production or helping people rebuild after a natural disaster, most Americans would agree that the aim of US foreign assistance should be to help people help themselves.
As depictions of migrant caravans flood the news, Oxfam has put together a guide to help you understand a crucial issue: US migration.
Follow along with our food truck as Oxfam hits the road to serve up some food for thought. The goal is to raise awareness of the human suffering happening behind the food on supermarket shelves, while calling on Whole Foods to take responsibility.
This World Food Day, we spoke to Chef Alejandra Schrader about her vision for a world free of hunger, and how we can all help reach that goal.
Oxfam’s Behind the Barcodes Food Trucks takes to the streets to serve up food for thought, raising awareness of the inhumane treatment endured by workers who produce the food we purchase from supermarket chains and calling on Whole Foods to take the higher road.
Poverty endures in the US, trapping millions of people without hope of mobility for themselves or their children. Oxfam exposes the injustice of poverty in such a wealthy nation, and offers pragmatic solutions to chronic problems.