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AID REACHES THE PHILIPPINES

Last week I made my may to the Oxfam warehouse in Bicester to see 17 tonnes of humanitarian aid make its way in two trucks to Cebu in the Philippines as part of the Disaster Emergency Committee...

MOMENT OF TRUTH

Call to action ahead of Syria peace talks, and beyond. ...

Hear why to Love Syria

On Thursday 25th  July at 6pm at the Temple of Peace, Cardiff hear first hand why to Love Syria ...

Picture: Geoff Sayer / Oxfam

A Promise Made, a Promise Finally Kept

On Wednesday March 20th, the UK Government finally kept to its 43 year old promise and announced it will be spending 0.7% of national income on aid. The UK is now the first G8 (forum for the...

Oxfam Cymru joins in the fight against global hunger as 100 charities launch major campaign

Hunger and malnutrition in childhood will trap almost a billion young people in poverty by 2025. That's why we are part of 'Enough Food for Everyone IF' - the largest coalition of its...

13 million people facing catastrophe in West and Central Africa

Oxfam has warned that urgent action must be taken now if we are to prevent a full scale humanitarian crisis in the Sahel region of West and Central Africa. Drought, high food prices, entrenched poverty...

Budget cuts

With many people in Wales failing to make ends meet, Stephen Doughty, Head of Oxfam Cymru fears that the cuts announced in the most recent budget (21 March 2012) could be catastrophic for those families...

Wales backs Robin Hood

In true Oxfam Cymru style our staff and volunteers dressed up and took to the Senedd in Cardiff to raise support for the Robin Hood Tax. ...

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