- 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.
- October 16, 2016
Women are subsidizing the global economy with labour that is cheap, undervalued and often even free. It’s time for Canada to turn feminist words into actions - starting with the next Federal Budget.
- October 11, 2016
The international community must act immediately to mitigate the loss of entire harvests and to counter any possible spikes of cholera.
- October 5, 2016
Oxfam teams are mobilising now to response to local people most in need.
- October 4, 2016
Oxfam staff in Cuba, Haiti and Dominican Republic continue to monitor the hurricane and have been carrying out preparations.
- September 30, 2016
As Hurricane Matthew bears down on Haiti and other island nations, Oxfam staff are closely monitoring the situation and getting ready to respond.