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Heart-wrenching and heart-warming: Lisa Stewart reflects on her recent visit to Malawi

This article first appeared in the Irvine Herald on 11 November 2016. ...

Heart-wrenching and heart-warming - Lisa Stewart reflects on her recent visit to Malawi

This article first appeared in the Irvine Herald on November 11 2016. ...

Malawi Food Crisis: Jenipher's story

"I may lose one of these orphans to hunger." Jenipher Nkotima, 24, from Nkanda village in Malawi's Mulanje district, has no food to eat following the worst drought to hit Southern...

Desperate measures: worsening food crisis in Malawi driving people towards extreme coping mechanisms

Oxfam Scotland finds urgent need in Scotland's core international development partner country ...

Scottish Government's announcement of partner countries for international development work

Following a public consultation on how Scotland can support some of the world's most vulnerable people most effectively, Alasdair Allan MSP, the Minister for International Development, has announced...

New funding announced from the Scottish Government

By Angus Nelson, Head of Fundraising in Scotland  Oxfam Scotland is delighted to have received further substantial support from the Scottish Government for our work in Malawi, as part...

Changing Lives in Tanzania: Two Short Films

Oxfam Scotland has two projects in northern Tanzania, funded by the Scottish Government. Halima's Story: Building Sustainable Livelihoods ...

Coatline in the Outer Hebrides. Credit: Daniel Morchain/Oxfam

Home truths: climate change lessons from Britain’s shores

Sea level rise and  more frequent and intense storms have made the Outer Hebrides increasingly vulnerable to coastal flooding. Daniel Morchain recently travelled to the area to see how...

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Oxfam calls for increased people power

Oxfam Scotland says increased people power in Scotland should be used to tackle poverty and promote real community-led economic development, tackling inequality and providing sustainable livelihoods...

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