Demand for basic relief goods remains high in China quake zone
News Update | May 22, 2008
Key needs for people include food, water, medical supplies, and shelter.
Oxfam is sending $1 million of relief supplies to China
News Update | May 19, 2008
With water and sanitation services, Oxfam works to help prevent an outbreak of disease among earthquake survivors in China.
Oxfam launches emergency action plan in China earthquake zone
News Update | May 13, 2008
Earthquake survivors need clean water, food, medicine, clothing, and blankets.
US legislators, Oxfam partners discuss gold mining in Ghana
News Update | May 05, 2008
Meeting focuses on the impact of mining on poor communities, and shows how upcoming US legislation can help people claim their rights.
Amazon Defense Front wins prestigious environmental prize
News Update | Apr 15, 2008
Luis Yanza and Pablo Fajardo of Ecuador are recognized for their effort to protect the natural world with the Goldman Environmental Prize for 2008.
Oxfam America and ECOWAS to create new mining code
News Update | Apr 14, 2008
Oxfam America and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) agreed on April 4, 2008 to collaborate on creating a common mining code for all of West Africa.
Oxfam evacuates aid workers from Chad capital
News Update | Feb 04, 2008
Oxfam has evacuated its international staff from its N'Djamena office, following the latest upsurge in fighting in the Chadian capital.
An Ethiopian coffee advocate speaks
News Update | Dec 21, 2007
Keynote Address from the United Students for Fair Trade Convergence 2006 in Denver, Colorado
Saving for Change reaches 100,000 members
News Update | Dec 13, 2007
Since the program's launch in April 2005, more than 100,000 poor women and men in Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, and Cambodia have joined savings and lending groups.