Alimentation et lutte contre la faim

Chacun et chacune doit avoir accès à une alimentation de qualité et de quantité suffisantes, correspondant à ses besoins.

Read the story of Alizeta, a farmer and widow in Burkina Faso. Credit: Samuel Turpin/ Oxfam
Alizeta Sawadogo is a farmer and mother of 8 children. She has been farming all her life, growing cereals. But yields have become increasingly low due to the effects of climate change.
Kadigueta Barry is a farmer from Burkina Faso. She is 34 years old and has been internally displaced for 12 months. She fled the town of Barsalogho with her husband, leaving everything behind. Credit: Samuel Turpin/ Oxfam
For more than a year, violence by armed groups in northern Burkina Faso has forced more than 1.1 million people to flee to safer areas in the south, risking losing everything. This is the case of Kadigueta Barry, 34, who fled the town of Barsalogho with her husband and four children, leaving...
Fatimata lives in a family with her mother-in-law, co-wife and 16 children.  Fatimata used to go from house to house, offering household services to local families. When COVID-19 struck, she was told to stay home and lost her income. Credit: Amadou Cisse/ Oxfam
In a new report released today by Oxfam, the Sahel region of West Africa is experiencing an alarming 67 percent increase in hunger, making it one of the most severe hunger crises in the world. Since Oxfam's last report "The Hunger Virus" in July 2020, the number of people in food crisis has passed...
Aminiata Diallo is a widow. She farms a plot in a collective farm. Rainfall has dropped significantly and her cereal fields no longer produce a good yield and do not suffice to feed her family. Credit : Samuel Turpin/ Oxfam
Only 26 hours of global military spending is enough to cover the $5.5 billion needed to help most at risk
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