In Yabarago, northern Ghana, families are fighting for their lives. Climate change is affecting the rainy season and causing crops to fail. Mothers like Akisneem are worried what will happen if there’s another devastatingly bad harvest.

Oxfam is working with the world’s poorest communities with innovative solutions, such as drought-resistant seeds and solar-powered water pumps. Your support could help families like Akisneem’s face the climate crisis head-on, to help them survive today and beat poverty tomorrow.

Akisneem. Nana Kofi Acquah/Oxfam

Photo: Nana Kofi Acquah/Oxfam

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£35 Could ensure children go to school rather than to work
£35 Could ensure children go to school rather than to work
£60 Could allow farmers to prepare for climate change with drought resistant crops
£60 Could allow farmers to prepare for climate change with drought resistant crops
£100 Could help us install solar water pumps for villages in Ghana and beyond
£100 Could help us install solar water pumps for villages in Ghana and beyond

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43p
goes towards emergency response work
2p
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9p
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7p
goes towards fundraising costs
Source: Oxfam Annual Report & Accounts 2018/19

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