England’s most deprived areas three times more likely to have been flooded than most well-off

Oxfam urges action to protect poorest as analysis reveals world woefully unprepared for climate change The most deprived English neighbourhoods have been...

Oxfam Budget response: Budget has not gone far enough to close the huge gap between the richest and the rest

In response to the Chancellor's comments during his Budget speech, that income inequality is at its lowest level in the UK for over 20 years, Katy Wright, Oxfam's Head of UK Policy, made...

“Model hospital” for privatised African health care threatens to swamp country’s budget

International Finance Corporation (IFC) supported private hospital project eating up 51 percent of Lesotho's health budget ...

Artist Lizzie Mary Cullen begins her artwork for Oxfam's Mother's Day card

Oxfam launch Mother’s Day card world record attempt with live art event

Award winning artist Lizzie Mary Cullen begins five-day live art project at Westfield London in aid of Oxfam's Mother Appeal Oxfam have launched their Mother's Day card world record...

World’s biggest food and drink companies are improving their policies in developing countries following public pressure

The top 10 food and drink companies in the world have improved their social and environmental policies due to public pressure over the past year, Oxfam reveals today. ...

Time for inaction is over, says Oxfam in response to IPCC report

In response to the IPCC Working Group II final report, released today in Yokohama, Japan, Oxfam's head of policy for food and climate change Tim Gore said: ...

PepsiCo declares ‘zero tolerance’ for land grabs in its supply chain

The world's second largest food and beverage company, PepsiCo, has today committed to take steps to prevent land grabs in its supply chain following an Oxfam campaign calling on food and drink...

Oxfam raises new alarm over humanitarian access as it pulls team out of Malakal

JUBA (23 Feb) - Today Oxfam withdraws four aid workers who have been trapped by fighting in Malakal while raising a further alarm over a lack of humanitarian access across the country. ...

Emissions must be cut if we are to tackle hunger – Oxfam

Countries across the world must play their fair part in cutting emissions if we are to prevent millions more people going hungry due to climate change, international agency Oxfam warns today. ...

Public services top up the income of the poorest by 76 percent

Health and education are powerful weapons in the fight against global inequality ...

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