Oxfam is responding around the world to meet the needs of hundreds of thousands of people who have been forced to flee conflict and disaster. This means bringing safe water to people in Syria and the 250,000 people sheltering in the world's largest refugee camp in Uganda. It means building sanitation systems to keep people healthy in camps in Lebanon, Jordan and Tanzania. It means providing food for the people who would otherwise go hungry in South Sudan. Closer to home, we have helped provide warm clothes, food and toiletries - as well as legal aid and advice - for people in
Greece, Italy, Macedonia and Serbia. We've built desperately needed toilets to prevent the spread of disease and made sure people have the information they need to stay safe.
Because we are responding in so many places, we know that there is no single solution to the crisis. The UK can't solve this problem alone - no one country can do so. That's why we are calling on all governments to develop a united, co-ordinated, global response to both the international crisis and the factors driving people to flee their homes in the first place.