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Yemen cholera worst on record - numbers rising

Massive aid effort and cease-fire needed as rainy season approaches.  ...

Oxfam comment on NAO report

Commenting on today's National Audit Office report Managing the Official Development Assistance target, Oxfam's head of UK policy, Richard Pyle said: ...

Reaction to Angus MacNeil MP's Refugee Family Reunion Bill

Commenting on Angus MacNeil MP's decision to present a Private Members Bill that would help refugee families to reunite in the UK, Josephine Liebl, Humanitarian Policy Advisor...

RB calls for tougher tax laws that would protect poor countries following Oxfam investigation

British multinational RB, the manufacturer of household items such as Dettol and Vanish, has today backed a public campaign for tougher tax laws after an Oxfam investigation suggested that poor countries...

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Oxfam celebrates 15 years working with Coldplay

The 2017 leg of Coldplay's Head Full of Dreams tour, which arrives in Cardiff on Tuesday 11 July, marks 15 years of Oxfam working with the band. In that time, over 60,000 Coldplay fans have signed...

High Court decision on UK arms to Saudi Arabia sets back arms control 25 years

Mark Goldring, Chief Executive of Oxfam GB said: ...

Reaction to news that Mosul has been retaken

Responding to an announcement by the Iraqi Security Forces on 9th July 2017 that they have retaken the city of Mosul from ISIS, Oxfam's Country Director in Iraq, Andres Gonzalez said:'The...

Reaction to news that Mosul has been retaken

Responding to an announcement by the Iraqi Security Forces on 9th July 2017 that they have retaken the city of Mosul from ISIS, Oxfam's Country Director in Iraq, Andres Gonzalez said: 'The...

Sainsbury's risks Fairtrade's lifeline for world's poorest tea producers

Immediate release - Photos available of 'human teabags' outside Sainsbury's AGM ...

Rainy season brings risk of disease to West Africa Crisis

Nigeria, Niger and Chad face the increased risk of disease with the start of the rainy season, compounding the crisis which has left over 10 million people in the region in need of humanitarian aid. ...

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