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E.g., 09/18/2020
E.g., 09/18/2020
Local humanitarian actors are on the brink of what could be a revolutionary movement in the global humanitarian space, which is still dominated by huge and powerful international players. In the Philippines, this movement started way before the Typhoon Haiyan catastrophe of 2013. For many...
Women and girls have fundamental human rights. When they are forced to marry at an early age, these rights get violated. It also hinders them from enjoying good psychological and physical well-being. Approximately 24% of 1,058 respondents (997 females, 61 males) from Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao,...
The “Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Mindanao” report provides insights into the social norms and other factors that prevent access and use of sexual reproductive health and rights or #SRHR information and services by women and girls. The research aims to inform two projects led by...
Economic inequality is out of control. In 2019, the world’s billionaires, only 2,153 people, had more wealth than 4.6 billion people. This great divide is based on a flawed and sexist economic system that values the wealth of the privileged few, mostly men, more than the billions of hours of the...
As climate change intensifies cyclones in the Philippines, an Oxfam partner is helping local fisherfolk revive a forest that is protecting their lives and livelihoods. Climate change is increasing the risk of severe weather-related emergencies. Local organizations like PRRM and MCFFA are well...
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