In the Media: What Oxfam is saying about Haiti
News Update | Mar 23, 2010
Get the latest information about the situation on the ground.
El Salvador: Communities unite after Hurricane Ida
Feature Story | Mar 16, 2010
With their crops washed away along with their fertile soil, villagers in El Sauce face a long recovery.
Majora Carter: ‘Women represent a new vision’
Feature Story | Mar 12, 2010
The environmental justice advocate talks with Oxfam about poverty here and abroad, the need for climate change adaptation, and why women can lead the way in coming up with solutions.
Oxfam emergency response experts assess quake in Chile
News Update | Mar 05, 2010
The five-member team, including water engineers, will be ready to help local partners who can respond to the 8.8-magnitude temblor.
The tipping point in Guatemala
Feature Story | Mar 03, 2010
In Baja Verapaz Oxfam and local partners are helping small farmers cope with a food crisis that could have been prevented.
Saving for Change helps communities in Cambodia address financial difficulty
Feature Story | Feb 26, 2010
For Sean Ing, joining Saving for Change has allowed her to manage large expenses that would have cost her dearly if she had visited a money lender.
Meet Oxfam's Sisters on the Planet Ambassadors
News Update | Feb 24, 2010
Meet the influential women who are teaming up with Oxfam to help women worldwide fight hunger and poverty.
For Emile Hirsch, Zimbabwe is a place of challenges—and hope
Feature Story | Feb 23, 2010
In April, the actor saw firsthand the devastating consequences of the cholera outbreak that gripped the country as its water and sewer systems collapsed.
Big challenges in Haiti
Feature Story | Feb 19, 2010
Raymond C. Offenheiser, Oxfam America’s president, just returned from a visit to Haiti, and offers his analysis of the challenges facing the country and recommendations to Haiti and the international community for meeting them.
Helping Haiti through the power of community
Feature Story | Feb 17, 2010
From bake sales to skydiving, Oxfam America supporters found creative ways to join the relief effort.
Rankin in Congo: 'Their humanity was what I wanted people to notice'
Feature Story | Feb 12, 2010
In 2009, celebrity photographer Rankin returned to Congo where he captured the love stories and portraits of people struggling through years of conflict in the eastern provinces.
The long road home
Feature Story | Feb 08, 2010
As the rainy season approaches, providing emergency shelter materials to those who have lost their houses is one of Oxfam's top priorities.
First phase of Haiti rehabilitation to focus on water, sanitation, and shelter
Feature Story | Feb 03, 2010
Early assessments help Oxfam plan out the first six months of our post-earthquake assistance.
Interview: Steve Abbot, public health engineer
Feature Story | Jan 27, 2010
An interview with one of Oxfam’s engineers in Port-au-Prince describes how volunteers at a camp for earthquake survivors pitched in to build latrines.
Getting water to a Haitian hospital
Feature Story | Jan 26, 2010
At a university hospital in Port-au-Prince, clean water has made all the difference to staff trying to keep conditions clean and reduce the risk of infection.
Oxfam aid worker blogs from Haiti
Feature Story | Jan 22, 2010
Coco McCabe documents the reality in Port-au-Prince, the depth of the destruction, and the strength that keeps people going.
Radiohead to play a surprise show for Haiti
Feature Story | Jan 22, 2010
The band auctions off tickets for a January 24 concert to benefit Oxfam’s Haiti earthquake response.
Avoiding a food crisis in rural Haiti
Feature Story | Jan 21, 2010
Oxfam’s Yves Gattereau talks about how the January 2010 earthquake poses a threat to the country’s already shaky food supply.
“Our entire world has changed”
Feature Story | Jan 19, 2010
Yolette Etienne, Oxfam’s country director in Haiti, lost her mother in the earthquake a week ago. She buried her the next day and went to work. Caroline Gluck interviewed Etienne as she leads the relief and recovery operation for Oxfam.
A grim scene
Feature Story | Jan 16, 2010
Oxfam's Caroline Gluck reports from Port-au-Prince.