Fatoumata Tangara, a peer educator. Photo: Laeïla Adjovi/Oxfam
Fatoumata Tangara, a peer educator in Mali. Photo: Laeïla Adjovi/Oxfam

Just imagine, looking back to a time when COVID-19 brought us together.

Leaders who united to overcome a health crisis also gained the courage to avert climate catastrophe. The unstoppable global movements of #BlackLivesMatter, #MeToo, #NiUnaMenos, climate strikers, workers, more, realized their…

By Oladosu Adenike; Founder of ILeadClimate

Oladosu Adenike, Climate Activist and founder of ILeadClimate

The climate crisis is a reality of our time and the time to act is now!

I schooled in the food basket of the nation in Benue state, Nigeria; that has a fertile landscape and vegetative cover and this is located in the Northern…

Ishrat Bibi is a 19-year-old photographer living in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar refugee camps. In this winning photo from Oxfam’s 2021 Rohingya Arts Competition, Ishrat captures a quiet moment as a young Rohingya girl holds her brother. The girl looks out over the camp where she lives with her family as a refugee, thinking about where she has come from and what lies ahead, hoping for a better future. Photo Credit: Ishrat Bibi

“Life of Rohingya Women” by Enayet Khan

“Nothing is impossible,” says 22-year-old Rohingya artist Enayet Khan, summing up his approach to life. Enayet spends his days painting inside his shelter at the Nayapara refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. The camps are home to almost a million Rohingya refugees who fled horrific violence and persecution in Myanmar…

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