A Burundian refugee receives a bucket and jerry cans at an Oxfam distribution in Nduta camp, Tanzania. Amy Christian/Oxfam
In any emergency, access to clean safe water and sanitation services is essential in enhancing people's dignity
A woman collects her first bag of dried food after three months being inside an Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp in Bunia, eastern DR Congo. John Wessels / Oxfam
The vicious cycle of crisis Humanitarian situations in this region are nothing new, claiming thousands of lives and damaging property and sinking vulnerable populations deeper into poverty. 9 out of 10 countries in the region are currently responding to multiple and overlapping emergencies...
Dawa Deborah of the Loketa Women's Group in Rhino refugee settlement shows off one of the briquettes made by the group. Credit: Oxfam
Oxfam is training refugee communities on how to make briquettes, which are essentially cooking charcoal made from solid waste.
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