Humanitarian aid

Achta cooking a meal in her makeshift home in the Amma IDP site in Chad. Credit: Mahamat Ibrahim Saleh/Oxfam
In reaction to FAO’s new “ State of Food Insecurity and Nutrition in the World 2022 ”report, stating that as many as 828 million people were hungry in 2021, an increase of 150 million since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Hanna Saarinen, Oxfam Food Policy Lead said: “It is deeply concerning...
Crédit : Pablo Tosco/Oxfam
To respond to the growing crises, it is urgent that the Sahelian states and the international community commit themselves to making the fight against inequalities a priority.
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 de Mariam au Burkina Faso. Crédit : Sophie Le Hire
Découvrez le récit de Mariam au Burkina Faso dans le cadre de la série Le jour où nous danserons .
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 Halima au Niger. Crédit : Sophie Le Hire
Découvrez le récit de Halima au Niger dans le cadre de la série Le jour où nous danserons.
In the Sahel, the donor conference is postponed while 24 million people, an unprecedented number, already need urgent humanitarian aid.
Naomie Ouedraogo is a woman committed to peace in Burkina Faso
A committed and optimistic woman living in a dramatic security context, Naomie Ouedraogo Bicaba is shaking up traditional thinking to make her contribution to the return of peace in Burkina Faso. And with the coronavirus pandemic, peace is more than ever a question of survival in the country.
A young mother holds her child at the Pissila displacement camp, Sanmatenga province, Burkina Faso. Credit: Sylvain Cherkaoui / Oxfam
In the north and the east of Burkina Faso, over the past year armed groups have devastated villages, leaving many women to face a new destiny.
Syntyche talks with displaced women in Burkina Faso. Credit : Sylvain Cherkaoui / Oxfam
Syntyche Ouedraogo, is a member of Oxfam’s humanitarian communications team in Burkina Faso. She gives us her look as a humanitarian worker, in a country affected by a succession of crises. Today, the coronavirus pandemic is a new threat to face. And yet, no one is resigned.

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