TCK TCK TCK - It's Time to Act on Climate Change
| Aug 28, 2009
With only 100 days to go until world leaders meet in Copenhagen to hammer out a global climate change treaty, Oxfam has launched a new video with Oxfam Ambassador and Hollywood actor Gael Garcia Bernal.
Open the Books on Corruption
| Apr 29, 2009
From Oxfam America partner Publish What You Pay, calling for transparency in the oil, gas and mining industries and asking Congress to introduce the Extractive Industries Transparency Disclosure Act.
Conflict surges in Congo
| Apr 24, 2009
Atrocities are being committed against villagers in remote areas of Eastern Congo, where fighting between the Congolese army and the FDLR rebel group continues. At least 250,000 people have been forced to leave their homes since January.
Song of the Forest
Audio Slideshow Link
| Mar 09, 2009
Indigenous people in Peru's Central Jungle look to the future while preserving their culture and traditions, deeply rooted in the past.
Sexual violence in DR Congo
| Mar 06, 2009
Oxfam's striking short film, shot in eastern Congo in 2008, elevates the stories of women working to overcome brutality and asks viewers to take action by joining a growing community of people who will not stand by any longer.
The singing wells of Dubluq
| Feb 26, 2009
How herders in southern Ethiopia find water for their cows in the deadly winter dry season.
Is mining right for Central America?
Audio Slideshow Link
| Feb 13, 2009
Farmers and indigenous people debate the costs and benefits of mining.
Saving for Change
| Nov 14, 2008
Oxfam America has pioneered an alternative microfinance model called Saving for Change, which self-replicates on a large scale and at a low cost, serving those who have been left behind.
Update on conflict in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
| Nov 07, 2008
Michael Gratton, from Oxfam Quebec, reports on the needs of displaced people around Goma.
Update from DRC, Part 2
| Oct 31, 2008
Samual Ngabe, Oxfam's humanitarian coordinator in Goma, gives a first-hand account of what's happening in DRC. Part 2 of 3.