- 8 December, 2016 - 08:29
- November 29, 2016
The international community cannot sit by as women, men, and children go hungry, cold, and sick while being bombed.
- November 24, 2016
More support and funding should also go directly to local women and civil society organizations.
- November 23, 2016
Julie Delahanty, Executive Director of Oxfam Canada and recognized feminist leader, named one of Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women, and joins a community of Canada’s most iconic women leaders.
- November 22, 2016
The huge gap between the richest 1 percent of people and the poorest half of humanity continues to grow and undermines economies, destabilize societies and impedes the global fight against poverty.
- November 17, 2016
Oxfam moved Wednesday a huge generator across conflict lines to East Aleppo to help improve the water supply, but all other aid to the besieged area remains cut off. More than a quarter of a million people face winter with limited food and clean water, as renewed Syrian and Russian airstrikes stretch medical resources beyond breaking point.
- November 10, 2016
Oxfam and other humanitarian agencies are working to ensure that the support in camps and communities keeps pace with the new arrivals.
- November 4, 2016
Even after ISIS has left, many of the people living amid its trail of destruction have told us that life remains unbearable. Burning oil wells continue to spew out toxic fumes that burn people’s throats and turn communities into a smoke-filled hell.
- November 3, 2016
In “The Climate Finance Shadow Report 2016,” Oxfam shows that of the $41 billion per year that rich countries reported, the net worth specifically targeting climate action was just $11 to $21 billion. Of that, just $4 to $8 billion was earmarked to help poor countries adapt to the impacts of climate change, far short of what’s needed.