Briefing Note | Dec 06, 2013
The response so far and vital lessons for the Philippines recovery.
Briefing Paper | Dec 05, 2013
Small-scale farmers are the clear losers in the first year of the US-Colombia Free Trade Agreement .
Fact Sheet | Dec 04, 2013
Typhoon Haiyan, one of the most powerful storms in recorded history, has left a trail of wreckage. Lives hang in the balance as Oxfam and partners launch a major response to the emergency.
Contracting Preferences for Restore Act-Funded Projects
Research Report | Dec 04, 2013
Recommendations to the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council.
Survey on the livelihoods of Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Research Report | Nov 21, 2013
There are an estimated one million refugees from Syria living in Lebanon, with more arriving every day. As the situation in Syria continues to deteriorate, it is increasingly likely that many will remain in Lebanon for many months, if not years, to come.
The Plumbing of Adaptation Finance
Briefing Paper | Nov 06, 2013
Accountability, Transparency, and Accessibility at the Local Level
Afghanistan: Contested Spaces
Briefing Paper | Nov 04, 2013
Oxfam research in Kunduz, Nangarhar, and Kabul Provinces in Afghanistan found that both humanitarian and development programs suffer from a gap between policy and reality that undermines aid effectiveness. Too often, aid programs fail to reflect or sync with the reality on the ground.
The Integration Imperative
Briefing Paper | Oct 31, 2013
A snapshot of USAID’s progress in mainstreaming adaptation to climate change
Who has benefited from high rice prices in Viet Nam?
Briefing Paper | Oct 23, 2013
For rice sector growth in Viet Nam to be sustainable, everybody needs to benefit from the increased wealth.
Moment of truth
Briefing Note | Oct 21, 2013
Call to action ahead of Syria peace talks, and beyond.
OXFAMCloseup, Fall 2013
Oxfam Exchange | Oct 17, 2013
Syria: A generation at risk?
R4 Rural Resilience Initiative
Research Report | Oct 17, 2013
Quarterly report | April - June 2013
Free Prior and Informed Consent in the Philippines
Briefing Paper | Oct 10, 2013
This policy note describes the key legal protections for Free Prior Informed Consent (FPIC) in the Philippines as well as past obstacles to effective implementation. In addition, the policy note highlights features of implementing rules adopted by the government in 2012 to promote more effective future implementation of FPIC.
Annual Report 2013
Annual Report | Oct 07, 2013
Oxfam America distinguishes itself because we ask the right questions. We ask hard questions. Not just of the US government, corporations, and political leaders in the countries where we work—but of our partners around the globe and, most important, of ourselves. We also pursue answers vigorously and develop innovative approaches to reducing poverty. This year has been no exception.
World Food Day Dinner discussion guide
Campaign Publication | Oct 02, 2013
Questions and answers to guide your conversations at your 2013 World Food Day event.
When sugar isn't sweet
Fact Sheet | Oct 02, 2013
Land grabbing is a bitter secret in the sugar supply chains of some of the world's biggest food and beverage companies. Get the facts and then join the fight for farmers' land rights.
Nothing sweet about it
Briefing Paper | Oct 02, 2013
How sugar fuels land grabs
Briefing Note | Oct 02, 2013
Land rights and the supply chains of the biggest food and beverage companies.
Divide and purchase
Research Report | Sep 27, 2013
How land ownership is being concentrated in Colombia
Saving lives with common sense
Briefing Paper | Sep 25, 2013
The Case for Continued US Support for the Arms Trade Treaty