Oxfam offers water, food, shelter to cyclone survivors in Bangladesh
News Update | Nov 28, 2007
As coastal residents return to the devastation left by Sidr, Oxfam launches a major relief effort to help people recover.
Oxfam responds to the Bangladesh cyclone
News Update | Nov 19, 2007
After helping coastal communities evacuate before the storm, Oxfam and our local partners have begun assessing needs and distributing aid.
Seasonal flooding in Gambella leaves thousands of Ethiopians needing help
News Update | Oct 24, 2007
When two rivers spilled their banks, the consequences were severe.
Small scale coffee farmers make headway in new international coffee charter
News Update | Oct 05, 2007
After long period of negotiations, a successful conclusion.
Majority who voted say 'No' to Majaz Mining Company
News Update | Sep 21, 2007
Citizens express their will in peaceful referendum in Peru.
Pollution risk at new gold mine in Ghana exposed
News Update | Sep 17, 2007
Journalist in Ghana writes about environmental risks, wins award.
Referendum on Rio Blanco mining project
News Update | Sep 13, 2007
"Do you agree with having mining activity in the district of Carmen de la Frontera?" This is the question that thousands of citizens will answer on Sunday September 16th in this and two other districts in northern Peru.
Early rains reveal vulnerability of many communities in El Salvador
News Update | Jun 06, 2007
The rainy season has only just begun and El Salvador is already mourning its first landslide victims.
Yum! Brands agree to hike pay for Florida tomato pickers
News Update | May 29, 2007
Florida tomato pickers, among some of the poorest paid workers in the United States, have won another victory in their fight to earn a decent living wage.