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Oxfam staff member helps a child fill a water bottle

For those who have fled Eastern Ghouta, life now comes with different challenges

Queueing from dawn until mid-afternoon for the chance of a hot meal, living eight people to a small tent, stagnant dirty water risking waterborne diseases as the temperature rises, and a shortage...

From an Oxfam shop to tying the knot

Nousha and Henry, now husband and wife, met each other while volunteering in an Oxfam shop one afternoon. The couple have kindly shared their heart-warming account of where their Oxfam journey has...

Duoi Ampilan

The donkey that smiles

Oxfam emergencies expert Duoi Ampilan discusses what motivates him to stay strong in challenging conditions - and explains why he compares himself to a certain farmyard animal. ...

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Sing for Peace at Highclere Castle

Sing for Peace at Highclere Castle is a fundraising event for Oxfam's Syria crisis appeal ...

Frame taken from film - silhouette of man carrying out a heist in a hospital

The Heist We're Talking About And What The UK Government Should Do To Help Stop It

400 million people worldwide don't have access to essential healthcare services1. For Cecilia who lives in Zambia, the impact of this has been all too real. Her friend - and her friend's...

Becoming visible – Oxfam’s partnership with the Moomins

"You all know, don't you, that if people are frightened very often, they sometimes become invisible." ...

A family, but not on paper

Syrian refugees and the conundrum of civil registration in Lebanon. ...

How tiger worms transform lives

Previously emergencies expert Duoi Ampilan shared his experiences of fighting cholera in Yemen. He's now in Sierra Leone and preventing disease using a brand new idea: tiger worm toilets. ...

Oxfam and Moomin characters launch The Invisible Child campaign to empower women and girls

The world's favourite fictional Finnish family, The Moomins, represented by Moomin Characters Ltd, and Oxfam have today announced a new partnership to help women and girls around the world fight...

Tax shouldn't vanish

Time to get tough on corporate tax avoidance that leaves poor countries short-changed

Through Oxfam's work fighting poverty around the world, we see the devastating impact that not having basic services like clean water and healthcare can have on the world's poorest people.  ...

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