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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: ...

Oxfam reaction: New OECD tax data

New OECD tax data reveals governments are taxing poor and letting rich off the hook, says Oxfam Responding to the publication of two new tax reports by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation...

Oxfam quote on East Aleppo

Andy Baker, Oxfam's Syria Crisis Response manager, said: ...

Thousands of people in besieged East Aleppo under attack with little food water and healthcare

Oxfam provides new generator to improve water supply to the city ...

‘We just came from the dead’ – families describe their escape from Mosul as the number fleeing triples

Families are suffering appalling injuries and traumas to escape the fighting in Mosul as the number fleeing more than triples in the space of a week. Oxfam and other humanitarian agencies are working...

REACTION Consultation to phase out UK coal power plants an important step

Commenting on the UK government announcement of consultation to phase out UK coal power plants, Matthew Spencer, Director of Campaigns, Policy and Influencing at Oxfam said: ...

Waterstone's book of the month to be sold in aid of Oxfam's work with refugees

Waterstones, the UK's largest bookseller, announces today the donation to Oxfam of £5 for every copy sold of its Book of the Month for November. ...

Civilians risk getting caught in crossfire as Mosul offensive intensifies

Hundreds of thousands of civilians risk being caught in crossfire as the offensive to retake Mosul and surrounding areas from ISIS intensifies, Oxfam said today. ...

Haiti:cholera and food shortages threaten Hurricane Matthew survivors

Oxfam warned today that the death toll in Haiti may rise as survivors face cholera outbreaks and food shortages in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.  ...

REACTION: Paris climate agreement enters into force 30 days from today

Commenting on the Paris climate agreement entering into force, Oxfam's Climate Policy Lead Tracy Carty said: ...

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