Humanitarian Response

Josephina Ntimba (59) one of the animators in the village of Kitahana in Kibondo district northwest Tanzania (Photo credit: Kisuma Mapunda/Oxfam).
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“It is great to see a smile on many faces because of Oxfam’s humanitarian work.” Said Betty Malaki, Oxfam in Tanzania Head of Programmes during a visit to Nduta camp. - Photo: Bill Marwa/Oxfam
April 2018. Heavy rains are pouring down. Most of the roads in Kasulu and Kibondo districts in the Kigoma region of north western Tanzania are wet and slippery. The Country Management Team (CMT) of Oxfam in Tanzania took on a three days monitoring visit to Oxfam’s work in the Burundian refugee...
Public Health Promoters counting buckets before distributing to the women refugees (Photo by Yussuf Kajenje)
“It costs me one dollar each month to buy a half litre of palm oil, which I use for cooking and body oil,” These are the words of Habonimana Emerace (22), a refugee from Burundi and a mother of two boys and a girl, explaining how she has met some of her basic hygiene needs. Like any woman in...
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