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  1. Annual report

    Annual Report 2015

    As people living in poverty face growing inequality, civil unrest, market volatility, and natural disasters driven by climate change, Oxfam remains steadfast in its commitment to lasting change.

  1. OXFAMCloseup magazine

    Women: a WISE investment

    Step by step, people like Sangita Thami, a Nepal earthquake survivor, are learning new skills they can use to improve their lives.

  1. Impact update

    Access to credit gives farmers new opportunities

    Widespread drought in Ethiopia has left many farmers without crops this harvest season, but through Oxfam’s rural resilience program, some growers are exercising new entrepreneurial muscle.

  1. Fact sheet

    Where's all the money?

    Developing countries are producing trillions of dollars in oil and minerals each year, generating massive revenues that could help build schools, hospitals, and roads.

  1. Evaluation

    Evaluation of the SEAES Project in Ethiopia 2010 - 2015

    An end-line evaluation of the Strengthening Ethiopian Agricultural Extension System’s (SEAES) Project

  1. Research

    The weak link

    The role of local institutions in accountable natural resource management in Peru, Senegal, Ghana and Tanzania

  1. Brief

    Building Back Right

    Ensuring equality in land rights and reconstruction in Nepal

  1. Tools for activists

    Host an Oxfam America Hunger Banquet®

    Oxfam's toolkit, “How to host an Oxfam America Hunger Banquet,” is the essential resource for your event. It includes a step-by-step planning guide, a suggested script, insider tips, and much more. We've updated the toolkit with new information for 2015, so make sure to get the latest version!

  1. Fast publication

    Economists letter on excessive speculation

    461 Economists call for urgent action against excessive speculation on food commodities

  1. Brochure

    Women in Small Enterprise Semi-Annual Report: July – December 2015

    Countless women around the world are building successful small businesses. But the odds against women entrepreneurs in many developing countries can be staggering. Often, they face limited access to credit and property, household obligations that consume their waking hours, and cultural standards that discriminate against them. Oxfam’s Women in Small Enterprise (WISE) celebrates those women who have defied the odds and creates partnerships that ease their path to further growth

  1. Book

    From objects of history to agents of change

    Retrospective overview of indigenous movements in the Andean Region

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