Stand with Haiti
| Jan 12, 2011
A devastating quake a year ago left Haiti’s capital in ruins. Oxfam America’s Yolette Etienne describes what her country needs to recover: patience, dreams, and hard work
Haiti, One Year On: Realizing Country Ownership in Haiti
| Jan 11, 2011
A discussion with leading development experts on how the US is promoting country ownership and building more effective institutions in Haiti.
After the quake: Preventing disease
| Jan 10, 2011
Oxfam has built latrines and bathing stalls, and provided basic necessities, such as soap and toothbrushes to thousands of people living temporarily in camps, and is extending these services to hundreds of thousands more at risk of cholera.
Crisis in Darfur
| Jan 07, 2011
In Darfur, armed conflict uprooted more than 250,000 people from their towns and villages in 2010. Millions more have been living in temporary camps since the crisis began. The story has faded from the headlines, but the numbers of people affected continues to grow. Oxfam is on the ground in Darfur, providing life-saving assistance every day.
Work and recovery in Port-au-Prince and beyond
| Jan 06, 2011
With short-term work projects, grants, and loans Oxfam is helping Haitian families get back on their feet.
Oxfam on the ground in Haiti: Combating cholera
| Dec 22, 2010
Margarite Deneus, a public health promoter in Artibonite, Haiti, takes to the fields to teach farmers how to avoid cholera.
Clean water and latrines: Oxfam's Response to Cholera
| Dec 22, 2010
Oxfam is responding to the cholera epidemic in Artibonite, Haiti, by treating water and building latrines.
The New Pornographers for Oxfam's Gulf Coast Program
| Dec 17, 2010
The New Pornographers and Oxfam collaborate to bring you their new video for the song "Sweet Talk, Sweet Talk," featuring local residents still reeling from the BP oil spill.
Plant hope. Give a tree.
| Dec 09, 2010
Trees not only produce life-sustaining crops like avocados and bananas, but they also prevent erosion and provide much-needed shade for coffee and other staple plants—which means that these trees are key to economic growth and a greener world.
Oxfam Haiti cholera response: An inside look
| Dec 03, 2010
Julie Schindall, media officer in Haiti, discusses Oxfam's public health work in response to the cholera outbreak in Haiti.