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  • Connie Lewin

    Wow. Some of what people live on for on a week is probably equivalent to how much food some of us throw away from our fridges every week.

  • Kathy Davis

    A Good reminds me of the way the children I write to threw Compassion International or children I send Operation Christmas Child Shoe Boxes live. Pictures do speak louder than worlds and facts dont they

  • Liam Henry Bildsten

    Photography speaks louder than words. Being able to see the difference really makes the difference. It is essential to explain things such as world hunger in visual, rather than informational, terms in order to educate mass audiences and to empower them to solve the problem.

    • Oxfam America

      We're really glad you enjoyed the series, Liam!

  • Jeff Nelder

    As a US citizen, it's far too often that we ignore how we live in the US vis a vis how people live in other places. This is an amazing and simple series of photos. I plan to share this with my children and am grateful to Oxfam for another great post.

    • Oxfam America

      Thank you for taking the time to view and share the photos, Jeff. it's so important that we pass down this worldly knowledge to our children.