Indication by the 2022 World Inequality Report to the effect that 50 per cent of the population owns only two per cent of total wealth clearly speaks to the urgency of pursuing an agenda of shared prosperity for a more secured future.
Sometime in April this year, Oxfam – a global movement of people, working together to end the injustice of poverty, predicted that nearly 25 million Nigerians were at risk of facing hunger between June and August this year.
Increased consideration for youth involvement in nation-building has been identified as crucial to preserving Nigeria's future and the economy. This notion was stressed by various experts at an Oxfam-Work in Progress (WiP) hosted hybrid town hall event, “For Love of Country?” on Monday, August 21st, 2023. The event, which brought together diverse stakeholders through the…
A Coalition of civil society organisations has reminded the government that Nigerians have a right to food; hence efforts must be put in place to ensure its availability, affordability and accessibility
To stimulate economic recovery and boost farmers productivity, the incoming administration has been advised to as a matter of priority, allocate at least 10 per cent of the national budget to agriculture and encourage youth and women in agricultural businesses with farm inputs.
In furtherance of efforts to rid the Federal Capital Territory, (FCT), and environs of cases of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence, (SGBV), Oxfam Nigeria and the Nigeria Women Economic Development, (NigWED) Project, have organised a sensitisation campaign tagged 'Enough is Enough' Community-Based Assembly of Women for experience sharing.
*Hails breakthrough in early cancer detection To further press home the Importance of gender mainstreaming in the innovation and technology sector, Oxfam Nigeria alongside women in Information Technology and Communication, (ICT), and others, have renewed calls for more women in technology and science-related fields. Women in ICT led by Kemisola Bolanrewa, noted that for equality,…
A global International organisation – Oxfam says it is working closely with local partners and government to provide life-saving aid and protection to the people of Somalia.