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Time to act on food and climate justice

Three weeks from now, all eyes will be in New York City as the world’s heads of state, representatives of the private sector, and civil society will meet in a one-day climate summit hosted by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki

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Snapshot of Oxfam’s Typhoon Haiyan Response


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Recovering the ‘tree of life’

By Jane Beesley

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Christmas and a mango tree

Written by Cherian Mathews, Regional Director of Oxfam Great Britain in Asia. There was a heavy downpour in Tacloban when Oxfam just started its hygiene kit distribution. There were around 500 people who had had been identified and given prior

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Women’s privacy- a priority

Video Blog by Shafqat Munir, Asia Regional Rights in Crisis Coordinator

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We are recruiting team members for Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) Emergency Response

From saving lives and supporting poor people to be in charge of their lives and livelihoods, to campaigning for change that lasts. That’s Oxfam in action. If you share this vision and commitment, then you are exactly who we are

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Our team starts distributing 400 tons of rice seed to farmers in rural areas south of Tacloban

  We will start distributing 400 tons of rice seeds in six rural municipalities south of Tacloban today (Thursday 12 December) to help farmers win their ‘race against time’ to avoid missing the next growing season.

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A month after Haiyan: Rebuilding a resilient society

Two women, hearts broken, hands bruised and bleeding, their faces smeared by tears that fall silently at every hint of memory and by the grime that rises from piled fragments of former homes: one, Marcelina Gallano, an overseas worker in

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