Aminata an Oxfam Community Health Worker, on a tour to share information about Ebola with a community in the Western Area, Sierra Leone. Credit: Pablo Tosco/Oxfam

Ebola update: a long shadow over affected countries

In recent weeks there has been less and less information in the media about Ebola, so is no news good news? Cat Meredith looks at the situation in West Africa. ...

The dairy queens

Oxfam's Louisa-Jane Richards visits the Twikatane Women Dairy Farmers group in Zambia to learn about how Oxfam helped provide them with cows, and began supporting them in dairy farming. ...

0.7% - we did it: It’s finally law

Inspired, proud, downright ecstatic - we're experiencing the whole lot right now. Because today, after decades of tireless campaigning, parliament passed a law guaranteeing the UK will spend...

Syria: a stain on the conscience of the world

Ignored Security Council resolutions, escalating conflict and political inertia: Syria's suffering civilians deserve better Enormous numbers have had to flee violence in Syria. People...

Cyclone Pam: "We have had to use all of our savings to buy food"

Oxfam Communications Coordinator Amy Christian is in Vanuatu, she shares her first impressions of the devastation and the response. ...

Making brand choices when supermarket shopping. Credit:Oxfam

How do your favourite foods rank now? Latest Behind the Brands scores revealed

In 2013 we launched the Behind the Brands campaign using consumer power to hold the world's largest food and beverage companies to account for the impact their business has on the world and its...

Syrian mothers: building hope out of shattered lives

After 4 years of conflict, governments around the world must not abandon the Syrian people. ...

Q&A: our experts answer your burning questions

Helen Bushell, Deputy Head of Programme Strategy and Impact ...

Vanuatu won't be the last poor country devastated by climate change inaction

Oxfam's CEO Mark Goldring on the effects of Cyclone Pam and what the world can do. ...

How you made history in 2005

Ten years ago, millions of people came together to be part of Make Poverty History - the biggest ever anti-poverty campaign. Ever since, families worldwide have been reaping the benefits. ...

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