As people living in poverty face growing inequality, civil unrest, market volatility, and natural disasters driven by climate change, Oxfam remains steadfast in its commitment to lasting change.
Step by step, people like Sangita Thami, a Nepal earthquake survivor, are learning new skills they can use to improve their lives.
In three camps for South Sudanese refugees in Uganda, a new network of solar-powered pumps is helping to ensure families have plenty of clean water.
Developing countries are producing trillions of dollars in oil and minerals each year, generating massive revenues that could help build schools, hospitals, and roads.
An external evaluation of the first three years of Oxfam’s Global Leaders Empowered to Alleviate Poverty (LEAP) programs funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
‘De-risking’ refers to financial institutions closing the accounts of clients perceived as high risk for money laundering or terrorist financing abuse, namely money service businesses, non-profit organizations, correspondent banks and foreign embassies.
Game-changers in the Paris climate deal: What is needed to ensure a new agreement helps those on the front lines of climate change
There is likely to be a climate deal in Paris. The emission pledges that more than 150 governments have put on the table this year show that global climate ambition is increasing.
Tools for activists
Oxfam's toolkit, “How to host an Oxfam America Hunger Banquet,” is the essential resource for your event. It includes a step-by-step planning guide, a suggested script, insider tips, and much more. We've updated the toolkit with new information for 2015, so make sure to get the latest version!
461 Economists call for urgent action against excessive speculation on food commodities
Investments in women and girls pay handsome returns—for everyone.
Retrospective overview of indigenous movements in the Andean Region