Ammar's olives travel through the press. Photo: Kieran Doherty/Oxfam

Ammar's olives travel through the press
Ammar's olives travel through the press

Our clients

Learn more about the companies we work with and our pragmatic approach to tackling challenges together

Our clients include

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Our clients include: Reckitt, AB InBev, Unilever, Waitrose & Partners, International Coffee Organization, Tesco, Textile Exchange, FatFace, Mantis World and Business Call to Action

Case studies

Increasing women's representation in management

The Oxfam Business Advisory Service introduces a new supplier gender toolkit developed for Tesco, that will help increase the number of women in management and supervisory positions across their value chain.

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Pineapple workers in Costa Rica

Making sure workers are heard: effective grievance mechanisms

The Oxfam Business Advisory Service introduces a new grievance mechanism toolkit developed for Reckitt that will help tackle discrimination and inequality throughout global supply chains.

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Strengthening gender transformation approaches

The International Coffee Organization (ICO), the intergovernmental body for the coffee sector, wanted to improve the livelihoods of smallholder women coffee farmers and make gender equality a policy priority for the sector.

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Tomato crops grown by a young female farmer in Vanuatu

Improving worker voice in the Italian agricultural sector

British supermarket Waitrose wanted to improve conditions for workers in the agricultural supply chain in Southern Italy, where human rights issues such as health and safety risks on farms are well documented.

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Laily* with her son Safyun

Understanding barriers to gender equality across the supply chain

Consumer Goods company Reckitt is committed to fostering a balanced and inclusive workplace, and wanted to strengthen its understanding of any gender-based issues throughout its supply chain.

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