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Woman holding her grandchild in Mundri, South Sudan. Written on her palm are words for her missing daughter: "I hope you're alive. I need you."

Earlier this year, Oxfam worked with world-famous photographer Robert Fogarty on a unique project to amplify the voices of the people of South Sudan.

Humanitarian Coalition partners come together to honour World Refugee Day/ Photo credit: Anne Toralles Leite / Oxfam Canada

June marked important moments that raised a sense of ‪#‎...

An Oxfam bucket being used in Sierra Leone. Photo: Jane Beesley/Oxfam

Why the Oxfam Bucket is *The Bucket*

Health product disribution on World Menstruation Day in a refugee camp, Tanzania.

The reality is that most refugees will never make it to a new country and many will spend years living in a camp like this one, along a border in some far flung country that most Canadians couldn’t place on a map. 

Oxfam is providing 47,000+ ‪#‎refugees‬ with clean drinking water in the Nduta camp, Tanzania.

Women and children account for more than 75% of displaced persons globally, and are particularly affected in crises.

"Without water, we are no more. This is the worst drought we ever experienced. Without water, we won't survive"

The water is retreating deeper and deeper [when wells are dug]. We live by water, our cattle live by water. Without water we are no more. If we can sustain our lives, it is because Oxfam gave us water. My greatest fear is if the trucks stop bringing water. What will happen to us?

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