Date: Nov 2012

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Happy Diwali! Enjoy some Diwali recipes from Oxfam

Happy Diwali! 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...

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Vote for Oxfam's website to win an award!

Good news! All the hard work we put in to building our new website earlier this year has been recognised: we've been nominated for a number of awards. We need your help with one in particular:...

Would you like an Oxfam gift for Christmas?

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...

Pic of the week: UN air drop

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...

What Obama's re-election means for the countries Oxfam works in

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: ...

5 books tenuously linked to bonfire night

It's a slow news week on the Oxfam blog. So here are five books that may or may not have something to do with bonfire night, to keep the explosive fun going now that the big day has passed. ...

Comment of the week: "I can easily do it"

"This trailwalker thing, do you have to have a team, I can easily do it." That's today's comment of the week in full. Shaune...

Pic of the week

Pic of the week

Children cross a makeshift bridge over open sewage in Doe community, Monrovia, Liberia. Here Oxfam is building communal latrines and tap stands and training on how to look after...

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