OXFAM, CEPA Preach Sustainable Energy

OXFAM and the Centre for Environmental Policy and Advocacy (CEPA) have encouraged people in the country to adopt sustainable cooking technologies as a way of conserving the environment.

Financial Independence Key to Break SRHR Cycle-Oxfam

Oxfam Malawi says good and sound financial muscle among sexually active youths remain crucial to address issues of teen marriages and pregnancies in the country.

Oxfam Malawi Targets 15, 500 TCF Survivors in 3 Districts

Oxfam-Malawi has rolled out its first Tropical Cyclone Freddy humanitarian response targeting 15,500 households in three districts of Phalombe, Nsanje and Chikwawa with unconditional multipurpose cash transfer to the families.

Oxfam for More Funding Towards GBV Elimination

Oxfam has challenged female legislators in the country to lobby for more budgetary allocations to departments and agencies that are directly involved in management of Gender Based Violence.

Oxfam Waters Thyolo Thava

Oxfam has supported female member of parliament for Thyolo Thava, Mary Navicha, with K25 million worth piped water system which is expected to benefit over 20, 000 people.

OXFAM Tips Players in Disasters Areas to Prioritize Education

Oxfam Director of Media and Communications, Daud Kayisi, has lamented that learners in disaster prone areas suffer when disasters strike because players prioritize food and other materials when responding to disasters.

Oxfam, Eagles Relief Hail Smallholder Farmers

Smallholder farmers specialized in livestock and vegetable winter cropping like cabbages, onions, and tomatoes have appealed to government and other stakeholders to help negotiate good prices for their produce.

ECHO Reaches Out to Ana Survivors

Oxfam and Plan Malawi have extended humanitarian intervention to survivors of Tropical Storm Ana which rendered many people destitute in a number of districts in the country.

WOLREC, OXFAM Train Police in GBV Fight

Despite Balaka district registering a seven percent decrease in gender-based violence over the past eight months, Women Legal Resource Center (WOLREC) and OXFAM say there is still a need to involve the police in addressing the same.

Long Distances to Police Derail Responses to GBV Survivors

Long distances to police structures and inadequate police officers in rural areas continue to stifle efforts to effectively respond to survivors of gender-based violence.

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