Oxfam Photo Galleries

Primary classroom resources collections

Secondary classroom resources collections

Oxfam - Water Week

For the first time ever, Oxfam have opened their ‘Words and Pictures’ media archive to the public and they are making a set of four galleries of photographs available exclusively to teachers in partnership with TES Resources.

We have organised the photos into handy Powerpoint slideshows for you to access the images from. These include information about the young people and adults in the photographs and also offer background information about Oxfam’s work in Mali, Tajikistan, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

Mali

Mali - Photographs shared by Oxfam

  • Gallery of photos from Mali.

PowerPoint Photo gallery of Mali - Oxfam development project

  • Featuring issues such as access to water and school, this presentation includes photographs and Oxfam project information from Mali.

Tajikistan

Tajikistan - Photographs shared by Oxfam

  • Gallery of photos from Tajikistan.

PowerPoint Photo gallery of Tajikistan - Oxfam

  • Featuring issues such as access to water and infrastructure, this presentation includes photographs and Oxfam project information from Tajikistan.

Uganda

Uganda - Photographs shared by Oxfam

  • Gallery of photos from Uganda

PowerPoint Photo gallery of Uganda - Oxfam

  • Featuring issues such as access to water and agriculture, this presentation includes photographs and Oxfam project information from Uganda.

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe - Photographs shared by Oxfam

  • Gallery of photos from Zimbabwe

PowerPoint Photo gallery of Zimbabwe - Oxfam

  • Featuring issues such as access to water and agriculture, this presentation includes photographs and Oxfam project information from Zimbabwe.

TESiboard Water

Water, a TESiboard Geography Collection

  • This collection has been put together for Oxfam’s Water Week, but the resources are equally useful for any geography unit where water is studied. The interactive books can form part of a literacy non-fiction topic and the persuasive writing activities allow pupils to design and write their own leaflets around the subject of water vulnerability.