Jonaid Jilani

Press Officer

Jonaid Jilani works as a press officer for the Oxfam media unit and works with Ethnic media in the UK.
Before joining Oxfam in 2009, Jonaid worked for Muslim Aid as a Communications Manager. He also has a background in film and video production and has worked extensively with ethnic TV channels in the UK.

Direct line: +44 (0) 18 65 472193
Mobile: +44 (0) 7810 181514

Email: jjilani@oxfam.org.uk

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Flooding in Assam

Assam facing deepening humanitarian crisis, says Oxfam

The people of Assam are facing two disasters, making one of the worst humanitarian crises in the last decade. The most severe floods in the past 14 years have affected around two million people across...

Oxfam launches response to the worst floods in Assam in ten years

Donate to Oxfam's Assam floods response To give £5 text DONATE5 to 70066 (UK contract or PAYG phones. Each text donates £5; SMS texts are charged at your standard network rates....

Monsoon flood devastates south-east and north east Bangladesh, further flooding on the way

Monsoon flood devastates south-east and north east Bangladesh, further flooding on the way Over 600,000 people displaced and around 20,000 houses destroyed so far. ...

Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew as you’ve never seen it before

As part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad, Theatre Walley, in partnership with Kashf Foundation, present an Urdu production of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrewin Oxford. Oxfam is proud to announce...

Hunger in Yemen escalates - Oxfam calls for urgent action

Yemen is at the crossroads of humanitarian catastrophe international aid agency Oxfam said today in reaction to new figures from the World Food Programme, which showed a radical increase in the number...

Millions of Pakistanis struggle to survive as floods crisis continues

Islamabad: Six months after floods devastated Sindh and parts of Balochistan province, millions of Pakistanis still need help to survive, international and national aid agencies warned today. The...

Pakistan's forgotten emergency

Islamabad, November 30, 2011 - Three months after widespread flooding that has affected over 5 million people in southern Pakistan, a critical shortage of funding and broad international disinterest...

Aid agencies forced to close programmes if funds don't urgently arrive for Pakistan floods

Risk of public health crisis and malnutrition rises for over nine million people Over nine million people who have been affected by severe flooding in Sindh province are at risk of disease...