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Subject: conflict

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Cholera cases multiply as cost of clean water skyrockets in South Sudan capital

Cholera cases are rapidly increasing in South Sudan's capital Juba, as the cost of clean water skyrockets amid a worsening economic crisis. 33 people have died in Juba alone including ...

Number of Syrian refugees tops 4 million

In response to the UN announcement that the number of registered Syrian refugees has passed 4 million Andy Baker, who leads Oxfam's response to the Syria crisis, said: ...

Oxfam to scale up in Syria

Agency supplying water to more than a million people, seeks to expand operations ...

Funding of new UN appeal for worsening Iraqi humanitarian crisis desperately needed - Oxfam

With the number of Iraqis forced to flee their homes tripling in the last year to nearly 3 million, the launch of the new UN Humanitarian Response Plan for Iraq in the European Parliament today is...

7.8 million hungry in South Sudan: families fractured by food scarcity and conflict

Some 40 percent of people in South Sudan are expected to be severely hungry by the end of July, a figure higher than ever before projected. ...

Burundi refugee crisis: Funds urgently needed as Tanzania camp numbers swell

The influx of 70,000 Burundian refugees to Tanzania is overstretching the capacity of the government of Tanzania and aid agencies to respond, as emergency aid workers struggle...

Cholera confirmed among Burundian refugees in Tanzania

Overcrowding, lack of clean water and sanitation facilities among Burundian refugees in Tanzania means risk of disease outbreak is alarmingly high, particularly among the estimated 40,000 refugees...

Five-day pause won't address humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen

The current five-day humanitarian pause in Yemen will not significantly ease the humanitarian crisis caused by the conflict and the six-week-long de facto blockade, Oxfam warned today. While the...

Oxfam response to Yemen five-day humanitarian ceasefire due to start later today

With a proposed five-day humanitarian pause in air strikes in Yemen due to start later today, Grace Ommer, Oxfam's Yemen Country Director said: ...

Oxfam response to the announcement that operation Decisive Storm in Yemen has ended

Oxfam welcomes the announcement by the Saudi Arabian led Coalition that Operation Decisive Storm in Yemen has ended, but warns that the work to bring aid to millions of Yemenis is still only beginning. ...

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