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Oxfam News - August 2011 

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Keywords

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander
Agriculture
Disasters
Fair Trade
Food
GROW
Indigenous Health
Land Rights
Mining
Newsletter

Region

Global

Country

Australia, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Malawi, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vanuatu

Date

24 August 11

Author

Oxfam Australia

Website

http://www.oxfam.org.au

Extract

Each quarter, we produce Oxfam News, a magazine with news on our long-term development programs, advocacy campaigns and emergency responses. In this issue, we visit India, where as productive land becomes scarcer, small marginalised farmers are fighting to claim their right to own and cultivate land. While Pakistan struggles to bounce back from 2010’s devastating floods, the crisis provides an opportunity for much-needed reform. “Healing circles” are proving to be a vital step on the path to better health for Aboriginal women, men and young people. And we travel to Malawi where a group of determined men and women are driving change in their remote community with just a tape recorder and the power of voice.Each quarter, we produce Oxfam News, a magazine with news on our long-term development programs, advocacy campaigns and emergency responses. In this issue, we visit India, where as productive land becomes scarcer, small marginalised farmers are fighting to claim their right to own and cultivate land. While Pakistan struggles to bounce back from 2010’s devastating floods, the crisis provides an opportunity for much-needed reform. “Healing circles” are proving to be a vital step on the path to better health for Aboriginal women, men and young people. And we travel to Malawi where a group of determined men and women are driving change in their remote community with just a tape recorder and the power of voice.Each quarter, we produce Oxfam News, a magazine with news on our long-term development programs, advocacy campaigns and emergency responses. In this issue, we visit India, where as productive land becomes scarcer, small marginalised farmers are fighting to claim their right to own and cultivate land. While Pakistan struggles to bounce back from 2010’s devastating floods, the crisis provides an opportunity for much-needed reform. “Healing circles” are proving to be a vital step on the path to better health for Aboriginal women, men and young people. And we travel to Malawi where a group of determined men and women are driving change in their remote community with just a tape recorder and the power of voice.Each quarter, we produce Oxfam News, a magazine with news on our long-term development programs, advocacy campaigns and emergency responses. In this issue, we visit India, where as productive land becomes scarcer, small marginalised farmers are fighting to claim their right to own and cultivate land. While Pakistan struggles to bounce back from 2010’s devastating floods, the crisis provides an opportunity for much-needed reform. “Healing circles” are proving to be a vital step on the path to better health for Aboriginal women, men and young people. And we travel to Malawi where a group of determined men and women are driving change in their remote community with just a tape recorder and the power of voice.Each quarter, we produce Oxfam News, a magazine with news on our long-term development programs, advocacy campaigns and emergency responses. In this issue, we visit India, where as productive land becomes scarcer, small marginalised farmers are fighting to claim their right to own and cultivate land. While Pakistan struggles to bounce back from 2010’s devastating floods, the crisis provides an opportunity for much-needed reform. “Healing circles” are proving to be a vital step on the path to better health for Aboriginal women, men and young people. And we travel to Malawi where a group of determined men and women are driving change in their remote community with just a tape recorder and the power of voice.Each quarter, we produce Oxfam News, a magazine with news on our long-term development programs, advocacy campaigns and emergency responses. In this issue, we visit India, where as productive land becomes scarcer, small marginalised farmers are fighting to claim their right to own and cultivate land. While Pakistan struggles to bounce back from 2010’s devastating floods, the crisis provides an opportunity for much-needed reform. “Healing circles” are proving to be a vital step on the path to better health for Aboriginal women, men and young people. And we travel to Malawi where a group of determined men and women are driving change in their remote community with just a tape recorder and the power of voice.Each quarter, we produce Oxfam News, a magazine with news on our long-term development programs, advocacy campaigns and emergency responses. In this issue, we visit India, where as productive land becomes scarcer, small marginalised farmers are fighting to claim their right to own and cultivate land. While Pakistan struggles to bounce back from 2010’s devastating floods, the crisis provides an opportunity for much-needed reform. “Healing circles” are proving to be a vital step on the path to better health for Aboriginal women, men and young people. And we travel to Malawi where a group of determined men and women are driving change in their remote community with just a tape recorder and the power of voice.Each quarter, we produce Oxfam News, a magazine with news on our long-term development programs, advocacy campaigns and emergency responses. In this issue, we visit India, where as productive land becomes scarcer, small marginalised farmers are fighting to claim their right to own and cultivate land. While Pakistan struggles to bounce back from 2010’s devastating floods, the crisis provides an opportunity for much-needed reform. “Healing circles” are proving to be a vital step on the path to better health for Aboriginal women, men and young people. And we travel to Malawi where a group of determined men and women are driving change in their remote community with just a tape recorder and the power of voice.

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