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Quigona Farmers in Magarao, Philippines transplant seedlings into small paper cups with cocopeat. The vegetable nursery is part of Oxfam and Rice Watch Action Network. Photo: Juanito Bantong/Oxfam
We hope that these insights are useful to all those working for a radically better future and we welcome you to join us on this journey.”
Danny Sriskandarajah, Chief Executive, Oxfam GB
Oxfam's Impact: A Decade of Insight
From 2011 - 2021 Oxfam conducted rigorous impact evaluations on a randomly selected sample of our projects around the world. This report looks at what worked, what didn’t and how our new strategy for radical impact reflects this learning.
A decade of insight
This report highlights findings of an independent synthesis of Oxfam’s Impact evaluations over the past 10 years. Here we share lessons from 67 of these evaluations which are most relevant to our new strategic areas.
This report also sets out our new values-based approach to measuring and understanding our impact. Our Learning and Accountability Framework prioritises the perspectives of civil society partners and others that we work with, who set the evaluation agenda on what is measured, why and how, incorporating indigenous perspectives and definitions of success. Together, we will continue to review and adapt our approach, building on what works and learning about what could be better.
Oxfam's impact in numbers
of rural projects resulted in overall positive or partially positive impact.
of projects resulted in an overall positive or partially positive impact.
of urban projects resulted in overall positive or partially positive impact.
Looking to the future, learning from the past
As part of Oxfam’s new strategy, we’re doing more of what works best.
We’ll continue to work with local partners to deliver essential humanitarian aid. But we will also put an emphasis on working with communities on addressing the root causes of why this aid is needed.
We’ll support communities to come together to make change and have their voices heard.
We’ll keep working with women’s groups to campaign for unpaid work to be recognised and valued, and supporting people around the world to influence climate changes policies and access the support they need to not just survive, but thrive.