Filters improve water quality in Pisco
Feature Story | Oct 16, 2007
Clean water reduces risk of disease; many communities accessing treated water for first time.
Research in action
Feature Story | Oct 12, 2007
Since the Indian Ocean tsunami of December 2004, Oxfam has been supporting research institutes in the affected region to study important issues related to emergency response and reducing disaster risks.
The Majaz effect
Feature Story | Oct 11, 2007
What is the likely environmental impact of Minera Majaz's proposed copper mine?
Dead fish and acid pollution point to cyanide in stream
Feature Story | Oct 04, 2007
Farmers in Ghana affected by chemical spill call on government to investigate and punish polluters.
A bridge to peace
Feature Story | Oct 03, 2007
A newly formed Peace Committee helps end the violence that forced thousands of people from their homes in southern Ethiopia.
Feeding a nation
Feature Story | Oct 01, 2007
With financial support from Oxfam America, our partner in Cambodia is teaching farmers how to raise rice yields and use extra profits to improve everyday life.
In Nicaragua, Oxfam provides aid to people hit hard by Felix
Feature Story | Sep 27, 2007
Emergency supplies help people in remote areas of Nicaragua get their lives back in order.
Oxfam, local advocates protest plan to cut housing money
Feature Story | Sep 20, 2007
Using money earmarked for housing restoration is not the way to pay for a port expansion—not when hurricane victims still have no real homes to move into.
Slow reconstruction means another cold winter in mountains of Pakistan
Feature Story | Sep 18, 2007
Oxfam's partner helps to improve roads and restore livestock for mountain families still struggling to recover from the 2005 earthquake.