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Soman Moodley

Soman Moodley

Soman is a Humanitarian Policy Advisor for the Yemen programme for Oxfam GB. He works with the field team and affiliates to develop evidence-based policy research for advocacy for the protection of civilians and effective emergency response.

Turning waste into work in Za’atari refugee camp

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Refugees and IDPs, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) 0 Comments

As Za’atari refugee camp continues to hosts a large amount of Syrian refugees, new recycling initiatives are offering opportunities for work. Soman Moodley and Alixandra Buck, introduce a new case study on the ‘cash for work’ initiative.  Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan is home to nearly 80,000 Syrian refugees. With no immediate prospect of returning home and limited opportunities to …

A teacher writes on a classroom board, Taiz city, Yemen

From the ground up: How Yemen’s women and girls survive

Conflict, Gender, Humanitarian, Protection, Women's Economic Empowerment 0 Comments

This blog introduces a study carried out by Oxfam, CARE and GenCap, to better understand how women, men, girls and boys survive in Yemen, a country torn apart by conflict. s Dubai and Saudi Arabia vie with each other to build the world’s tallest tower at an estimated cost of over $1 billion, Yemeni women and girls struggle to survive amidst …