Lois Eckley

Media and Communications Officer, Wales

Lois leads engagement with the Welsh media across all areas of Oxfam's work. She previously worked as a journalist and Radio Producer for BBC Radio Cymru before turning freelance to look after her two sons.

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DONATE AND HELP MOTHERS

Oxfam shops are calling on the people of Wales to donate their unwanted items. Over the next three months the UK government will match every pound raised by your items during January, February and...

What a difference a Goat makes

This year Oxfam has a number of wonderful Christmas gift ideas  to choose from for those of you looking for that something a little different. Archie the goat has proved an ever...

CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL DAY OF DISABILITY IN WALES

We can learn from our African neighbours by looking beyond the poverty, stigma, and severe lack of resources. ...

Hey PepsiCo! Say no to land grabs!

This video below features displaced farmers taking to the streets of Cardiff to see if anyone can help them find somewhere new to live and work; and members of the public baffled by the idea that...

A Man from Tacloban

Hearing of the effects of the typhoon was heart wrenching for one man from Tacloban who now lives with his family in Cardiff. Hugh dela Cruz moved from the Philippines over twelve years ago, lucky...

AID REACHES THE PHILIPPINES

Last week I made my may to the Oxfam warehouse in Bicester to see 17 tonnes of humanitarian aid make its way in two trucks to Cebu in the Philippines as part of the Disaster Emergency Committee...

COCA-COLA SAYS NO TO LAND GRABS

Natasha Wynne Campaigner, photo by Glenn Edwards This October, I made my way from Cardiff to London to join up with fellow Oxfam campaigners to call on Coca-Cola to tighten up its supply chain,...

OXFAM MAKES A DIFFERENCE

(Boys play on the beach at Barra de Sirinhaém, Pernambuco) Brazilian State Prosecutor to investigate land grab highlighted by Oxfam An investigation into a four-year delay...

FIGHTING GLOBAL HUNGER: THE NEXT ROUND

A number of leading charities and organisations came together this week in Newport to renew their commitment to end world hunger. Oxfam Cymru, Cafod, Wales Africa Community Link, Christian...