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A woman fisherfolk receives her Electronic Prepaid Solution (EPS) Card during a distribution in Tacloban City (Photo: Christian Poleno/Oxfam)
Delivering aid to a large, displaced population provides challenges for governments, the private sector and aid organizations in the aftermath of any humanitarian crisis. The increasing scale and impact of disasters calls for innovative solutions for a more efficient and effective delivery of cash...
Compared to the rest of the country, the ARMM is lagging behind in terms of reproductive health. This underinvestment and lack of promotion of SRH services in the region is largely because of the long-standing armed conflict in ARMM and the deep-seated cultural norms and misconceptions about...
Lyn Baban, 32, shows off organic cauliflowers harvested by members of the Samahan ng Organikong Magsasaka (SOMA) in Titulok village, Bagumbayan, Sultan Kudarat. The produce were were to be sold at the Harvest Festival, which aims to promote SOMA’s produce to the local community and provide a venue for El Niño-affected farmers to sell their fruits and vegetables. (Airah Cadiogan/Oxfam)
It has been over six months since the effects of the 2015-2016 El Niño gripped the province of Sultan Kudarat. This week, after what seemed like an endless struggle to put food on the table, farmers in Titulok village in Bagumbayan municipality could finally harvest their organically grown...