Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh: Oxfam volunteer Zahid Hossain works with caution to help contain Covid-19 outbreaks in the crowded Rohingya refugee camp. Photo: Fabeha Monir/Oxfam.
“This is why I am working in the field. Every day we are helping our community with soap, water and by providing valuable information during this crisis.”Bangladesh is one of 58 countries where Oxfam is stopping the spread by providing clean water and hygiene support, as well as safer sanitation.Alongside this immediate aid, Oxfam — with a coalition of allies — is advocating for a people’s vaccine, which is available to all, in all countries, free of charge. In recent weeks, this fight for more equitable access to Covid-19 vaccine has gained real momentum.
Before she put pen to paper, Natalia’s dream for a new house may have seemed unattainable. But her happy new home is proof that if you can see it, you can be it.
Vanuatu is just a few hours from Australia; but our Ni-Vanuatu neighbours face challenges that you and I can only imagine. They live with the constant threat of disasters.