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The Road to Paris

Yesterday (14th July) as part of Stop Climate Chaos Cymru (SCCC) supported a Bastille Day picnic to launch SCCC's 'Road to Paris' campaign, looking ahead to the global...

Making sure schools are welcoming communities

  Oxfam Cymru's Education Advisor Vicky Leech reflects on the Sanctuary in Wales project and considers the role of schools in creating welcoming communities. ...

Oxfam Cymru celebrates success of Sanctuary Project

Today marks the end of a three-year project in Wales which welcomed and created opportunities for women seeking sanctuary in the country.  ...

Nepal fundraiser in Cardiff

I'm sure that a number of you who have been following the news about Nepal have, like me, felt horrified and helpless watching the scenes of disaster and desperation unfold over the last ten...

The Welsh Doughnut

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Send my Friend to School

Pupils from Ysgol Plasmawr join the Send My Friend to School Campaign  ...

Water Against Ebola

Without it Sierra Leone wouldn't stand a chance against the virus. It is essential for treating the sick and ensuring medical facilities are safe and hygienic ...

Hashyimi, 43, with fish from his fishpond in Aceh Jaya, Indonesia / Hashyimi, 43, gyda’r pysgod o’i bwll pysgod yn Aceh Jaya, Indonesia

The Indian Ocean Tsunami 10 Years On

The humanitarian response to the Indian Ocean Tsunami saved lives and gave people the means to rebuild their futures, Oxfam says today. ...

Light a Candle

On 25 November Oxfam Cymru attended a special ecumenical Light a Candle event at Llandaff Cathedral to mark the International Day to Eliminate Violence Against Women.  ...

First Minister supports Oxfam Cymru's Ebola Appeal

First Minister Carwyn Jones joins head of Oxfam Cymru Kirsty Davies in calls for action on Ebola. ...

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