More than any year we can think of, this one—fiscal year 2017—highlighted for us the urgency of all that we do here at Oxfam, and all that you, our donors, do to make that essential work possible.
In this issue of CloseUp, you'll read about how a re-examination of gender roles helps families on Zimbabwe fight poverty
Many people across the island remain in acute crisis —the roofs blown off their homes, their power still out, the cleanliness of their water supply uncertain.
Man-made crises and severe drought have pushed countless families to the brink of starvation, but fast action now can save lives.
A report capturing lessons learned from resilience initiatives in Ethiopia, Senegal, El Salvador, Guatemala, the Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu
Women-led businesses are an important vehicle for enhancing women’s economic opportunities and agency, and often lead to poverty reduction and economic growth.
Tools for activists
Download free resources for hosting your event to raise awareness and life-saving funds to help fight famine.
461 Economists call for urgent action against excessive speculation on food commodities
Through WISE, Oxfam serves in its convening role to support collaboration between financial institutions, nonprofit organizations, and academia working together to advance women’s economic rights in Guatemala. WISE works alongside a suite of Oxfam initiatives in Guatemala that contribute to the overall vision of achieving greater economic independence and empowerment of women.
The trials and trails of a development aid worker