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Rohingya refugees unprepared as monsoon rains, flooding and landslides continue

Urgent action is needed to help Rohingya refugees hit by monsoon rains in camps in Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh, which have already caused over 130 landslides, damaged 3,300 shelters and affected...

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Over 12,000 people evacuated due to continued volcanic activity in Guatemala, Oxfam provides humanitarian aid

More than 12,000 people have evacuated from their homes due to the eruption of Volcán de Fuego, which continues to spew fresh torrents of lava and rocks, thick ash and clouds of smoke. The official...

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Yemen fighting near Hudaydah port threatens to cut lifeline to millions

Escalation of fighting around Yemen's port city of Hudaydah threatens to cut off essential supplies to millions of people who are already one step away from famine, international agency Oxfam...

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Reaction: International Development Committee report on UK aid

In response to the International Development Committee's report on the definition and spending of UK aid, Oxfam's head of advocacy Katy Chakrabortty said: ...

Poor countries losing out on climate finance

Many donors are over-reporting the value of the climate finance they provide to the world's poorest countries by a large margin, an Oxfam analysis published today has found. ...

Oxfam - Poor countries losing out on climate finance

Many donors are over-reporting the value of the climate finance they provide to the world's poorest countries by a large margin, an Oxfam analysis published today has found. ...

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UK hosts less than a third of its fair share of Syrian refugees

The UK has welcomed only a third (32 percent) of its fair share of Syrian refugees when compared with the size of its economy, according to analysis by Oxfam. The finding comes as British ministers...

Oxfam's online vinyl sales reach record high

As the UK marks Record Store Day, Oxfam says its online vinyl sales have reached a record high, raising nearly £100,000 for its work to save lives and tackle poverty in the world's poorest countries. ...

Christmas sales at the Oxfam Online Shop soared!

Sales at the Oxfam Online Shop soared by 33 per cent in the Christmas trading period, as shoppers looked for an easy way to buy ethical gifts and cards that fight extreme poverty at the same time. ...

Rohingya refugees say no return to Myanmar without equal rights

Rohingya refugees interviewed by Oxfam in Bangladesh say they will not go back to Myanmar until their safety can be guaranteed and they have equal rights, including being able to work and travel...

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