Ever wonder what words like “food insecurity” actually mean? This #infographic can help. The vocabulary of #hunger crises, explained: http://blogs.oxfam.org/en/blogs/14-06-05-infographic-vocabulary-hunger-crises-explained
We're making change - with your help! Launched in February 2013, Oxfam's #BehindtheBrands campaign has successfully used the power of consumers and investors to call on the world’s ten largest food and beverage companies (the Big 10) to publish new commitments to improve how they address issues across seven themes - climate change, water, women, workers, smallholder farmers, land and #transparency. http://oxf.am/jfs Please repin!
Breaking news: you’re now living in a world where the 80 richest people – that’s just one busload – own the same amount of wealth as half of the world’s population! To tackle inequality, the world needs to know how bad it’s got – please PIN this to spread the word.
A woman walks past the section of the food distribution center in Mingkaman where she and others divided massive sacks of grain to carry home to their families. More than 80,000 people in this area are reliant on aid agencies for food and water after having their homes and livelihoods destroyed in fighting.
We've been busy creating the Good Enough to Eat Index, the first of its kind that compares data from 125 countries on everything from food quality to food prices. The Netherlands comes out on top, while Chad is named as the worst place to eat. Repin this if you agree that everyone deserves to have enough food to eat.
Refugees transporting water in Jamam camp, South Sudan. Oxfam is working hard to supply clean water, sanitation and running public health campaigns for around 28,500 refugees in the Jamam and Gendrassa camps : Georgette Thomas Oxfam GB Blogs. Credit: Darya Musiyenko/Oxfam