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Five Ways Cash Transfers Can Make a Difference in a Crisis

May 21, 2024
Damaris Leleruk (55), program participant for cash transfer project looking after her goats at her home in Samburu County.

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Today and every day, we stand with our youth

May 17, 2024
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Let’s not leave it to “luck”: Inclusive Child Care for All

May 15, 2024

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Rana Plaza: Eleven years on, what has changed?

April 24, 2024

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Oxfam’s March Round-Up

April 17, 2024

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Does Canada’s Feminist Government Still Have Winds in its Sails?

April 16, 2024

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How Oxfam is delivering aid in Gaza

April 8, 2024
Displaced people in Rafah in South Gaza to use the newly installed desalination units Oxfam and local partners provided. These units provide clean drinking water for free with no risk of contamination. Photo: Alef Multimedia/ Oxfam

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The Women Behind The Pictures

March 22, 2024

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Mass Starvation is a Humanitarian Crisis.

March 20, 2024
Oxfam and local partners are working tirelessly to provide urgent, life-saving assistance in the short term and, wherever possible, invest in longer-term programs to help protect communities from future hunger crises.

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Why Women’s Rights?

March 18, 2024

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Transforming the Care Economy through Advocacy

March 8, 2024

Get water. Make Breakfast. Laundry. Kids drop off. Check in on Louise-Anne next door. Shift at…

IWD 2024: Standing Together for Women’s Rights

March 7, 2024

TITLE FROMPOST TYPE On International Women’s Day, Lauren Ravon reflects on her recent travels to South…

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Reaction to ICJ court ruling on South Africa seeking emergency halt to Israel’s offensive in Rafah

May 24, 2024

In reaction to today’s order from the International Court of Justice to South Africa’s case, which demanded Israel immediately halt its offensive in Rafah, Sally Abi-Khalil, Oxfam’s Regional Director for the Middle East said: “Oxfam welcomes the ICJ’s order as a critical intervention to stop Israel’s military onslaught on Rafah, which has displaced more than…

World leaders fail to act as Israeli invasion of Rafah worsens humanitarian catastrophe

May 15, 2024

Joint statement signed by 20 NGOs. Despite repeated calls on Israel from heads of state, UN officials and humanitarian NGOs to refrain from expanding its ground offensive to Rafah, Israeli troops entered the governorate on May 7. Over 1.5 million people, including 600,000 children, are at serious risk; more than 450,000 Palestinians have fled Rafah…

Rafah invasion compounds lethal cocktail of over-crowding, sewage and hunger 

May 13, 2024

Israeli attacks since October caused at least $210m worth of damage to Gaza’s water and sanitation infrastructure The destruction of critical water and sanitation infrastructure by the Israeli forces along with severe over-crowding, malnutrition and heat is pushing Gaza to the brink of a deadly epidemic outbreak, Oxfam warned today. The situation is further compounded…

Oxfam reaction to Rafah evacuation order

May 6, 2024

In reaction to Israel’s imminent invasion of Rafah, Sally Abi-Khalil, Oxfam’s Middle East and North Africa Regional Director said: “We are horrified by Israel’s order to evacuate around 100,000 people and what appears to be an impending invasion of Rafah, despite a universal plea from world leaders urging it to stop its continued, barbaric, onslaught. …

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