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Oxfam GB  Oxfam's Film & Photography Team posting from around the world.

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Portrait of Doreen and her daughter in an informal settlement in Nairobi, Kenya.

Doreen has tried to make a success of a number of different business ideas but struggled to bring in enough money. This changed when she joined Oxfam’s Wezesha Jamii (swahili for 'empowering communities') project and went on a number of trainings from how to develop a good business idea, to how to budget and manage money have led to her now be running a thriving beauty shop. "Our lives have changed, before it was even a problem getting meals. Sometimes we used to skip lunch and they used to go to school just in the neighbourhood. So if the child is hungry will he be able to study?...I am filled with joy. The things we are doing, WJ has been able to help me so much and now I know more than what I used to know." Photo: @katiegracenelson / Oxfam

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"It's 2018, let's do something nice and give something back in a fun way" - @WeeMissBea

Aisling Bea recently volunteered at our Islington shop in London.

Find out what she got up to and click the link in our bio and volunteer to help beat poverty today.

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Vicky Pattison recently volunteered at her local Oxfam shop. Join Vicky and Give A Shift to help beat poverty!

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@vickypattison #vickypattison @oxfamboutiquechelsea #giveashift #volunteertobeatpoverty #volunteer #fightingpoverty #endingpoverty #Oxfam #work #smile #happy #voluntering #volunteeringwork

Jane hugs her son as she collects him from school. Jane runs a small business and is also the leader of the Shining mothers - a community women's group. She sells homemade bags, mats, jewellery, soap and tie dyed material. The money she makes helps put food on the table and send her two children to school. Jane trains other women to improve their skills in trades such as beadwork and soap making, so that the women can secure a better income. The Shining Mothers group, hold regular meetings to learn business skills and help each other with their savings and loans. "After doing domestic work for ten years, I decided to come into the community and start getting some training. I then decided I had to share those skills with my community, and I have been doing that up until now.
When I present myself to a particular group, I know there is something I am giving them, sharing with them. That is my best joy. Apart from giving them skills, I know somebody is going to make some income out of it, and that is what we call empowerment. So that is the most enjoyable thing, empowering my community. Because if a community is not empowered, we will live in poverty forever." Photo: @gichigi / Oxfam

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Muchineripi helps his wife Ulita collect water from an Oxfam built water pump close to their home in the Zvishevane region of Zimbabwe.
Photo: @aurelie_dunienville /Oxfam

#Oxfam #Zimbabwe #equality #love #smile #happy #family #helpinghand #water #waterpump #yellow #bucket #laugh #laughter

Felicia and her husband Joseph take care of an Oxfam initiated solar powered borehole which irrigates the surrounding farmlands making it possible for farmers to work all year round.
Felicia said: “Before the installation of this pump, especially in the months of May and June, there was real scarcity of water. You’d go to the borehole which is far away and sometimes you have to look for other sources, like hand dug wells, which are not very good. At that time, you’d have a lot of stomach upsets. Since then, all these things have disappeared and I don’t see them anymore.” Joshua said: "The water is such a big thing in my life. It’s so big, so big and I tell you. I used not to go to town. My guinea fowls used to lay eggs in May but not they do in March because they have enough water. It has changed my economy. It’s the best thing that has happened in my life." We are working with local partners in the Upper East Region of Ghana. Currently implementing CRAFS (Climate Resilient Agriculture and Food System) programme in a number of communities.
Photo: Nana Kofi Acquah (@africashowboy) / Oxfam

#Oxfam #ghana #longtermsolution #innovation #equality #sustainable #love #smile #happy #mother #farming #borehole #water #farmer #smallscalefarmer #portrait #field #family #sunlight #climatesolutions #solarenergy #sun #sustainableenergy #sustainable

Portrait of Christina. We are working with local partners in the Upper East Region of Ghana. Currently implementing CRAFS (Climate Resilient Agriculture and Food System) programme in a number of communities.
Christina was given tools and shown different techniques on how to make more effective compost for the maize that she grows. “I’m 23, I have 2 children, they are 2 and 5, a boy and a girl. I want them to go to school, to do well in school and get good jobs and live well"

Photo: Nana Kofi Acquah (@africashowboy) / Oxfam

#Oxfam #ghana #longtermsolution #innovation #equality #sustainable #love #smile #happy #mother #farming #farmer #smallscalefarmer #portrait #field #maize #sunlight

Mmalebna making compost. She is 50 and has five children.

We are working with local partners in the Upper East Region of Ghana. Currently implementing CRAFS (Climate Resilient Agriculture and Food System) programme in a number of communities. Mmalebna was given tools and shown different techniques on how to make more effective compost. “I want to learn more about new techniques of farming and I’ll prepare more compost and use it on my farm.” Photo:
Nana Kofi Acquah (@africashowboy) / Oxfam

#Oxfam #ghana #longtermsolution #climatesolutions #compost #innovation #sustainableenergy #sustainable #love #smile #happy #mother #farming #farmer #smallscalefarmer #portrait

Portrait of Mmalebna holding a pickaxe given to her as part of the Oxfam programme.

We are working with local partners in the Upper East Region of Ghana. Currently implementing CRAFS (Climate Resilient Agriculture and Food System) programme in a number of communities.
Mmalebna was given tools and shown different techniques on how to make more effective compost. “I’d like to have a bigger field like the men have, because I’d like to harvest more...If I harvest more, I’ll be able to take care of my children and pay the school fees". Photo: Nana Kofi Acquah (@africashowboy) / Oxfam

#Oxfam #ghana #longtermsolution #innovation #equality #sustainable #love #smile #happy #mother #farming #farmer #smallscalefarmer #portrait

Portrait of Mmalebna together with her daughter Asana.

We are working with local partners in the Upper East Region of Ghana. Currently implementing CRAFS (Climate Resilient Agriculture and Food System) programme in a number of communities.
Mmalebna was given tools and shown different techniques on how to make more effective compost. “What makes me happy is when I go to the farm and I see that my crops are ready for harvest. That makes me happy. The crop I like most is the Maize because with the maize I can use the maize to feed my family and I can also sell some to support my family.” “I want to learn more about new techniques of farming and I’ll prepare more compost and use it on my farm. I want to thank you for coming to our community and talk to us.” Photo: Nana Kofi Acquah (@africashowboy) / Oxfam

#Oxfam #ghana #longtermsolution #climatesolutions #innovation #sustainableenergy #sustainable #love #affection #smile #happy #motheranddaughter #mother #farming #farmer #smallscalefarmer #bicycle #portrait

Sometimes rewards aren't shared fairly. But when that happened, these amazing kids stepped up to make it right!
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