Stories

The fisheries sector  serves as the main occupation for a lot of women and men in the coastal communities of Ghana. Credit: Naana Nkansah Agyekum/Oxfam

Writen by: Naana Nkansah Agyekum, Media and Communications Lead, Oxfam in Ghana

The occupation is often seen as a male dominated area. But a closer look at Ghana's fisheries sector...

Drought in Mauritania. Credit: Sylvain Cherkaoui/Oxfam

Fight carbon emissions and inequalities.

Victoria Banks lutte pour la survie de sa famille au Libéria. Crédit : Zwannah Kimber

Après des années de rétablissement suite à la guerre civile au Libéria, Victoria Banks pouvait enfin vivre de l'agriculture. Jusqu'à ce que la pandémie de COVID-19 frappe.

Bone Kortie is a trader who lost her source of income following the pandemic. Credit: Bettie Kemah Johnson-Mbayo / Oxfam

Bone Kortie is a mother of eight from Liberia and a small trader who lost her source of income as a result of the pandemic. She narrates her ordeal.

Illustration of Tedy in Mali. Credit : Sophie Le Hire

Discover the story of Tedy in Mali as part of the series The Day We Will Dance.

Illustration of Victorine in Burkina Faso. Credit : Sophie Le Hire

Discover the story of Victorine in Burkina Faso as part of the series The Day We Will Dance.

Illustration of Sylvie in the Central African Republic. Credit : Sophie Le Hire

Discover the story of Sylvie in the Central African Republic as part of the series The Day We Will Dance.

Illustration de Rosalie en République centrafricaine. Crédit : Sophie Le Hire

Découvrez le récit de Rosalie en République centrafricaine, dans le cadre de la série « Le jour où nous danserons »....

The Day We Will Dance illustrated by Sophie Le Hire

Meet these strong Sahelian and Central African women who, despite the difficulties, still have the power to imagine the day they will dance.