Women in search of water in Hadigala district, Siti Zone, Somali Region, Ethiopia. July 2015. Credit: Poon Wai Nang/Oxfam

Oxfam’s humanitarian year 2015

As we move into 2016 Tim Bierley looks back at the highs and lows of Oxfam's work responding to emergencies around the world over the last year. ...

Syria crisis: The Za'atari women's bazaar

The recent arrival of thousands of refugees from Syria to Europe and images of children, men and women risking their lives to seek asylum has reminded the international community of the devastating...

he Road to Rubaya is a portrait of the people who transport goods along a dirt road in North Kivu to Rubaya.

Displacement in eastern DRC: a never ending story

The number of refugees around the world is increasingly making headlines, but what of the plight of the 38 million displaced people who have fled to another part of their own country? Jose Barahona,...

Together we can end extreme poverty for good. What will you do?

Louise Waters, the Oxfam representatives coordinator talks about the new and exciting Volunteer Oxfam Representative Programme. The new programme will offer inspiring talks and interactive workshops...

Nepal Earthquake: 6 months on

Have you ever wondered how the tassels are made on the ends of those soft pashmina shawls? Well meet Rita Mijar, a Nepal earthquake survivor, who skilfully twists each tassel before tying each one...

Q&A: our experts answer your burning questions

Jane Cocking, Oxfam Humanitarian Director, and Robin Weller and Derek Jones who are Oxfam volunteers answer your questions. ...

Oxfam in Syria: "I miss playing with my friends… I miss my home"

Eleven year old Kareem and his family recently fled from Eastern Ghouta to Dahyet Qudsaya in Rural Damascus, Syria, looking for safety and shelter. ...

Syria's refugees: The pigeon trainer of Zaatari

After fleeing Syria with his seven children three years ago, Jamal Alhamad has been left with next to nothing. Since then he has been in the Zaatari refugee camp, along with 80,000 other Syrians,...

Give a shift: Meet Ben, fashion blogger and Oxfam shop volunteer

Ben loves fashion and with that passion he spends Saturdays volunteering in his local Oxfam shop, gaining experience, making new friends - and supporting Oxfam's work to end poverty. ...

Give a little, get a lot

A guest post by Diana Rusu of  The Workplace Depot. ...

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