Aid must work better for Afghans in the next decade
Jul 06, 2012
Afghan security forces need urgent reforms
May 17, 2012
Afghan families hit by severe drought could be cut off by extreme winter weather within weeks
Nov 18, 2011
Ten years of gains for Afghan women under threat, warns Oxfam
Oct 03, 2011
Senators push for Haiti progress report
Sep 29, 2011
Afghan police and army still not ready to safeguard civilians
Sep 29, 2011
Violations by Afghan forces could escalate as they take on frontline roles
May 10, 2011
Afghanistan: Gains in girls’ education are at risk unless urgent action is taken
Feb 24, 2011
Oxfam warns against trend in using aid for political and military purposes
Feb 10, 2011
US Afghanistan strategy review falls short on civilian protection and putting Afghans first
Dec 16, 2010
- A place at the table
- Safeguarding women's rights in Afghanistan
- Promoting the accountability of the Afghan National Security Forces
- Follow up briefing to No Time to Lose report
- No Time to Lose
- Promoting the Accountability of the Afghan National Security Forces
- High Stakes
- Girls' Education in Afghanistan
- Nowhere to Turn
- The Failure to Protect Civilians in Afghanistan
- Promises, promises
- A briefing paper for the Kabul Conference on Afghanistan
- Afghanistan Reintegration Briefing Note
- Quick Impact, Quick Collapse
- The dangers of militarized aid in Afghanistan
- The Cost of War
- Afghan experiences of conflict, 1978-2009
- Memo to the President: Key Recommendations to the Next Afghan Government
- Aid agencies working in Afghanistan say Afghanistan’s next government must improve the lives of ordinary Afghans by devoting greater resources to building up to 6,000 new schools, training upwards of 5,000 new midwives, and professionalizing the police force.
- Caught in the Conflict
- Civilians and the international security strategy in Afghanistan
- Field report from Afghanistan
- Smart Development in Practice series
- Ten Point Plan to Change Course in Afghanistan
- Oxfam America's memo to President Obama
- How to make a difference on campus
- Students, are you ready to take action? Find tips for starting and running an Oxfam Club at your high school or university, ideas for campus events, and much more.
- How to fundraise for Oxfam: Frequently asked questions
- Community-driven efforts like yours provide essential support for fighting poverty and responding to disasters worldwide. Check out these questions and answers to help you get started.
- How to host a house party
- A house party is a fun way to take action with friends and family. This guide includes everything you'll need to plan a successful event.
- How to get started: A menu of ideas
- Want to do something to fight poverty and hunger, but don't know where to start? Explore this list of time-tested action ideas for individuals and groups.
- Education for girls: 'Our future depends on it'
- In Afghanistan, education for girls is crucial to the future development of the country.
- A better future
- Oxfam has helped women in a remote part of Afghanistan open a bakery—to earn an income and improve their lives.
- Kabul conference messages
- On 20 July, world leaders will meet to dicsuss the future of Afghanistan at the Kabul Conference. Oxfam asked ordinary Afghans what they want to come out of the talks.
Oxfam America's sister organizations are working hard to help women in drought-prone areas of Afghanistan find ways to improve their lives.