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Subject: aid

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Satish Kumar supports Oxfam's GROW campaign

A former monk and long-term peace and environment activist, Satish Kumar has been helping to set the global agenda for change for over 50 years.  Satish is now supporting Oxfam to achieve our...

Amir Khan and Oxfam help build schools in Pakistan

Thanks to the amazing fundraising efforts of boxer Amir Khan, five schools have now been built in flood affected areas in Pakistan. Amir visited Sindh, Pakistan, in 2010 after the country was hit...

The importance of water

Over the next week people around the world will be walking for water. Here's why I think it matters. ...

With food crisis on the horizon, Oxfam supports farmers and herders

Oxfam is launching programs across the Sahel, aiming to help 1 million people sustain their families and way of life. ...

Seeing the impact in Zimbabwe

Jodie Sandford's a mum with two children who works in IT. She's also an Oxfam supporter, and she's agreed to fly to Zimbabwe and visit the charity's projects. Out there she'll...

Video: Thank you from East Africa

With your help, Oxfam has provided life-giving support to more than 2.8 million people across drought-stricken areas of East Africa. ...

Bill Gates on the truth about foreign aid

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...

Oxfam number three in Top 100 Best NGOs

Robert Fox, Oxfam Canada's Executive Director, discusses The Global Journal ranking of Oxfam as number three on the world's Top 100 Best NGOs list. ...

Why did help arrive so late? Evidence vs incentives in the East Africa drought

Oxfam and Save the Children have a new paper out today that worries away at the baffling fact that lots of organizations knew disaster was looming in the Horn of Africa (and said so), but the system...

Haiti on my mind: A daughter of the diaspora looks back

A friend once asked me what makes Haiti so different from other Caribbean countries. My response was "the struggle." ...

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