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Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
Refugees in Jamam camp, South Sudan, queue up for (our award winning!) buckets and soap as part of Oxfam's public health campaign to reduce the spread of diseases such as cholera, diarrhoea...
Al Kinley, Alun McDonald
Pic of the week
Quick! There's only a week left to do this...
We need your help to win an award: the Sitecore People's Choice Award. All the hard work we put in to building our new website earlier...
What better to do on World Toilet Day than help Oxfam build a bog?
You can donate a loo through our online shop. It can bring dignity to families in refugee camps, encourage children to go...
Photo: Tom Pietrasik/Oxfam
Wubalem and her husband Tsega, harvesting honey from a hive in Mecha village, Ethiopia.
Wubalem lives in rural Ethiopia, one of the seven poorest...
Huge congratulations to the Oxfam bookshop in St Giles, Oxford - on Saturday they turned 25. Not only that, though - they've also raised more than £5m for Oxfam!
It's a testament to...
The Oxfam GROW Method ("five ways to feed your family and ensure everyone around the world has enough to eat, always") has found some delicious and sustainable...
I spotted this discussion last week on parenting website Netmums: "How would you feel about receiving an Oxfam gift for Christmas?"
"My parents have everything they want really...
A UN plane drops sacks of food aid for refugees in Maban, South Sudan. During the rainy season many roads are cut off and air drops are an expensive, last...
So Obama is back for another four years. Here's what the world had to say about his re-election, and the effects on some of the countries Oxfam works in:
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