Hunger and malnutrition in childhood will trap almost a billion young people in poverty by 2025. That's why we are part of 'Enough Food for Everyone IF' - the largest coalition of its kind in the UK since Make Poverty History in 2005 - launched today in Cardiff and across the UK.
The group warns that in a world where there is enough food for everyone, the scandal of children growing up hungry also imposes...
Never work with animals or children….that's what some say….but that statement couldn't be further from the truth for us at Oxfam. Archie the Goat is our pin up for our Unwrapped Christmas presents range and well as for children Oxfam Sparks Action programme is all about the young ones!
Oxfam Sparks Action is our school speaker scheme which provides schools with the opportunity for students to learn about global issues. Fully...
We now have an opportunity in Wales to make a massive difference; an opportunity that won't come along again for a long time.
A rather dry consultation paper from the Welsh Government about making sustainable development its "central organising principle" could show the way for how countries around the world can lift people out of poverty while protecting the environment.
Governments always bang on about sustainable...
As John Griffiths, Minister for the Environment and Sustainable Development is leaving for Brazil today Stop Climate Chaos Cymru , of which Oxfam Cymru is a member, gave him a sporting send off to go and help save the world at the UN Rio+20 global Sustainable Development Summit.
As part of the UK Delegation, John Griffiths AM will be able to stress the advances and leadership that Wales is showing in Sustainable Development,...
With many people in Wales failing to make ends meet, Stephen Doughty, Head of Oxfam Cymru fears that the cuts announced in the most recent budget (21 March 2012) could be catastrophic for those families who are already struggling.
"It is a farce to call this a 'Robin Hood' Budget when many measures fail to support the poorest people in Wales and those who have already lost their jobs.
"The Chancellor is wrong...