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Earlier this year, Oxfam and International Rivers planned the Asia Women and Rivers Congress in Can Tho city of Mekong Delta, in Vietnam. Due to the pandemic, we were not able to hold a face to face meeting and resorted to the series of three online workshop series. The workshops were convened on...
The Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) agreed to provide HEF (Health Equity Fund) [1] to all vulnerable informal workers including workers in the informal economy and farmers at the end of 2017. As a result, in February 2018, approximately 3,000 members IDEA including Tuk-Tuk and motor taxi drivers...
Over a decade in my works in communication and media related, I have written various pieces that reflects the life of people and their reality. The Oxfam’s Water Governance Program’s Women Leader Profile is both a challenging and rewarding process. After engaging in the process of hearing about...
I remember as a young child, I enjoyed queuing in the street with my mother to register for my birth certificate and to receive vaccines at the same time. It was in early 80s and vaccines were so precious commodities, and I was lucky to receive them because my mother was a civil servant back then...
Current conditions paint a grim picture for more than 36 million people in Southeast Asia who live in extreme poverty, earning under USD 1.90 a day. A 20 percent loss of income due to the current crisis may push 60 million people in East Asia and the Pacific into extreme poverty and another 160...
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