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Oxfam quote on DfID aid reviews

In response to the Multilateral Aid Review and Bilateral Aid Review published today by the Department for International Development, Oxfam GB's Chief Executive, Mark Goldring, said: ...

REACTION UK government achieves aid target for a third year

Commenting on the UK government achieving the 0.7% aid target for a third year, Oxfam Head of Government Relations Tim Livesey said: ...

Evidence of threats to civilians escaping from Mosul onslaught

Fresh evidence of the threat facing civilians caught in the fight for Mosul has emerged as Oxfam calls for genuine safe routes for families fleeing the conflict. ...

Future of 1.2 million civilians in Mosul hangs in the balance, aid agencies warn

As foreign ministers prepare to discuss the Mosul offensive in Paris today, Oxfam along with Save the Children, the International Rescue Committee and the Norwegian Refugee Council have released...

REACTION: MPs say lack of transparency in UK offshore territories hinders anti-corruption drive

Commenting on today's International Development Committee's report which found that the continuing lack of transparency in the UK's Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies risks significantly...

Oxfam delivers water purification kits in Haiti amid devastation of Hurricane Matthew

Oxfam is delivering water purification kits and construction materials in some of areas of Haiti worst affected by Hurricane Matthew. ...

Oxfam mobilises as Hurricane Matthew hits hard in Haiti and the Dominican Republic

Oxfam has mobilised teams to help people most in need after Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti on Tuesday. The full extent of the hurricane's damage will not be known until response teams are able to...

REACTION Dfid announcement of extra aid to Afghanistan will help to save lives

Commenting on the Secretary of State for International Development's announcement at Conservative Party conference of up to £750 million of additional aid to Afghanistan between 2017 and 2020...

UN Human Rights Council yet again fails Yemeni civilians

In reaction to today's UN Human Rights Council decision not to set up an independent inquiry to investigate human rights violations by all sides to the conflict in Yemen, Sajjad Mohammed Sajid,...

'No excuse' for attack on an aid convoy in Syria

Responding to the attack on an aid convoy near the Syrian city of Aleppo, Andy Baker, Oxfam's lead for the Syria Crisis Response, said: ...

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