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AON and Etherisc representatives in front of a weather station
Oxfam has partnered with AON and Etherisc to develop blockchain technology, to ensure better insurance schemes for farmers.
Smiling Sri Lankan youths
Our fourth workshop on 'Gender-based Harassment in Public Transport' with participants from the Free Trade Zone, Katunayake. Read more.
This World Food Day, from 15-26 October, we are dining together, marching together, taking action together to demand land rights now for Indigenous Peoples and communities. Featured here is Pothu Pittu, native to Paanaa, Sri Lanka.
A social-norms and research design workshop was carried out in support of the ENOUGH Campaign and Oxfam in Sri Lanka's research into Harassment in Public Transport.
The Cash for Work, Debris Cleaning and GBV training carried out in Gal Amunu, Mahaweva, has resulted in many positive changes for the community. Carried out with the help of Oxfam and partners, the projects were supported by the START Fund in response to recent flooding in Puttalam, Sri Lanka.
The real heroes during floods and landslides are the first-respondents, who use their skills to reach vulnerable people on time. Oxfam in Sri Lanka, together with Sri Lanka Red Cross Societyconducted six Disaster Management Training programmes during the month of April and (early) May in the...
Oxfam's Dry Bags are being put to the test as they successfully help vulnerable familes transport their valuables in the midst of the floods.
Sri Lankan man repairs a motorcycle
Janaka lost his motorcycle repair shop during the floods of May 2017. Partially deaf and mute, he was unable to work for several weeks and the family recieved no income. Read more on how Oxfam and the Gates Foundation were able to rebuild livelihoods in the aftermath of one of the worst natural...
Most of the families residing at the Geekiyanakanda camp have lost their homes, nearly all of their belongings and are patiently waiting to be relocated. Yet their positive spirit is contagious.
Despite losing nearly everything she owned, Gunawathie (60) remains hopeful. This resilient matriarch insists that unwavering hope has helped her overcome many difficulties.

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