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Mark Goldring reinforces the need for charities to combine delivering and campaigning

In accepting the Outstanding Achievement Award at the Charity Awards 2016 our Chief Exec Mark Goldring reinforced the need for charities to combine delivering and campaigning. ...

Your chance to win two Glastonbury tickets

Text GLASTO to 87474 for a chance to win a pair of tickets to Glastonbury Festival 2016 and make a £5 donation to Oxfam's Refugee Crisis Appeal. Donation optional: follow the instructions...

Equality starts with all of us

Laurie Adams, Oxfam's first Women's Rights Director, explains how we support women and girls to speak out, stop violence, challenge unfair attitudes and earn a fair living. ...

Are we changing lives?

Right now, Oxfam is working on more than 1,000 projects worldwide. You make that possible. But how can we be sure that we're really making a difference? We're incredibly serious about assessing...

Oxfam humanitarian worker Michelle Farrington is formally greeted in a remote village in Nepal

A year on from earthquake, we should celebrate the defiance and strength of Nepali people

The past year has been unbelievably tough for Nepal. A devastating earthquake on the 25 April 2015 killed nearly 9,000 people, injured 22,000 more and destroyed or damaged in excess of 750,000 homes. ...

Syria crisis: "How many more children…?"

Only 1.39 per cent of Syrian refugees a are resettled by rich countries. Joelle Bassoul shares the story of a family living in a suburb of Amman in Jordan, waiting to be resettled in the US. ...

Faedah Saeed, 35, fled with her four children from Taiz city to Al-Mendhara Village a year ago due to the conflict. Despite poor health, Faedah walks for 90 minutes three times a day to collect water for the family from a remote well. Credit: Moayed Al-Shaybani/Oxfam

Yemen: all we can do is help people survive

ON THE GROUND REFLECTION: The conflict which escalated one year ago in Yemen has created one of the world's biggest humanitarian emergencies and risks pushing millions into famine. Simone...

9 things on Oxfam’s 'bucket list' for World Water Day

Meet our bucket. It's a bucket known throughout humanitarian community as the 'Oxfam bucket', it was designed by Oxfam and has spent years saving lives around the world. On World Water...

Oxfam volunteers and Syrian children in Zaatari camp built kites on Monday 7th March and decorated them with Doves, as part of the solidarity campaign #withSyria. Credit: Adeline Guerra/Oxfam

Syria five years on: hope in the darkness

OPINION: Five years into the Syria conflict, good news has been a rare commodity for millions of people affected by that catastrophic war. Is there any hope? Shaheen Chughtai weighs up the...

What can the Ebola crisis teach us about responding to Zika?

As concern grows about the link between the mosquito-borne Zika virus and an increase in babies born with abnormally small heads Nigel Timmins, Oxfam's Humanitarian Director, reflects on what...

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