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Oxfam is responding to over 30 emergency situations worldwide at any given time. We urgently need your help to reach more people today.
An explosion in Beirut, Lebanon has left 300,000 people homeless. We're assessing the damage and preparing to support locally.
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On 8 September, a huge fire engulfed Moria camp, Europe’s largest migrant camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. More than 6,000 already vulnerable people have been affected.
5 years of war and conflict in Yemen has left widespread cholera and emergency numbers of people in need of clean water and other basics.
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya people fled Myanmar for Bangladesh. Oxfam is helping create long-term sustainable refugee camps there.
After years of civil war in Syria, people continue to face significant challenges. Millions of people need humanitarian assistance. Oxfam is providing more than a million people with clean water in Syria each year.
After two major cyclones, people in Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique now face severe drought and hunger.
Millions of men, women and children are in need of urgent help in Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya because of droughts.
We urgently need your help to reach people who are worst affected by rising flood water in western South Sudan.
Conflict, hunger and an Ebola outbreak are affecting millions of people in DRC. Oxfam is supplying emergency food and clean water. With your help we can save more lives.
Millions of people fled their homes as a result of fighting in central and northern Iraq. Oxfam is there.