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Your comments kicked off in style this week when notorious tweeter Stephen Fry and Ruby Wax visited an Oxfam bookshop and Stephen tweeted a request for more books:
Sophie Bowell @stephenfry...
It's been a busy week in Oxfam's social media world. You've been sending us messages about Harry Hill's nuts, cocktail bars' wages, fundraisers' suncream and even the ethics...
What would you do with £63,000 worth of goats? Oxfam puts them to good use, producing milk to drink and sell, fertiliser for crops, and kids to take to market.
It's all thanks to a pair...
There was an excellent opinion piece and slideshow on CNN's site last week. It's written by Pauline Ballaman, who leads our emergency response in the Jamam refugee camp, in South Sudan.
With your help, Oxfam has provided life-giving support to more than 2.8 million people across drought-stricken areas of East Africa.
The New York Times has an interesting piece by Bill Gates today, about Oxfam and Save the Children's report "A Dangerous Delay", on the cost of late responses to early warnings in the...
Al Kinley, Abby Mason
With large parts of East Africa facing the world's worst food crisis and Oxfam appealing for £50m (our largest ever appeal for Africa), Oxfam Ambassador Kristin Davis has been on the news seeking...
Pasta has been named the world's favourite food, narrowly beating meat or rice dishes and pizza, in a new global survey by Oxfam into the way the world eats today.
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