Oxfam America

For The Fueling The Development Investment System Program

Oxfam America’s "Fueling the Development Investment System" program emphasizes increased transparency and opportunities for citizen participation in public resource decision making. Oxfam advocates for improved global and national norms for revenue and public finance transparency, and works with local partners to ensure that funds from extractive industries, external aid, and tax revenues are used to make economic growth more inclusive.
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for the development and implementation of an advocacy strategy on unpaid care and domestic work  
Oxfam is a global movement of people creating lasting solutions to the social injustice of poverty and inequality. This grant to Oxfam America will support the Women’s Economic Empowerment and Care (WE-Care) program. WE-Care is Oxfam’s flagship initiative to increase women’s and girls’ time and choice to participate in social, economic, and political life by transforming how unpaid care and domestic work is valued, shared, and invested in. This grant will support advocacy for unpaid care and domestic work and undertake a collaborative co-creation process to design the next phase of the WE-Care program globally, regionally, and nationally in Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and Zimbabwe. (Strategy: International Women’s Economic Empowerment)
for support to Oxfam West Africa’s project enhancing women’s participation in extractives governance  
Oxfam West Africa is a global organization seeking to combat inequality by mobilizing extractive industry revenues toward social spending. This grant aims to ensure that women and other marginalized groups are able to participate, influence, and have equal voice in decision making about how extractive industry revenues are reported, managed, and used in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Niger, Nigeria, and Senegal. This grant will particularly focus on strengthening the advocacy efforts to push for 30% of development funds from extractive sector revenue to benefit the development and rights of women and girls. (Strategy: Inclusive Governance)
for strengthening women’s participation in social accountability in the extractive sectors  
Oxfam is a global organization working to end poverty by tackling its root causes and creating lasting solutions. This grant will allow Oxfam America to consolidate, ensure the sustainability of, and explore the potential scale-up of six years of collective work with partners to advance a feminist natural resource governance policy agenda in Vietnam, Peru, and Zambia. (Strategy: Inclusive Governance)

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