OXFAMExchange Spring 2008
Oxfam Exchange | May 15, 2008
Raising a generation without fear
Oxfam in Southern Africa
Brochure | May 05, 2008
Having fought hard for freedom from colonial and racial oppression, millions of rural poor across southern Africa, particularly women, still struggle to overcome social and economic inequality, natural disasters, and disease. They continue to fight for their rights.
"Foreign Assistance Reform in the Next Administration: Challenges and Solutions"
Briefing Paper | Apr 23, 2008
Corporate Social Responsibility in the Mining Sector in Peru
Research Report | Apr 22, 2008
Annual Report 2007
Annual Report | Apr 15, 2008
Oxfam America's financial results for the year continued to build upon the successes of prior years and have positioned us well for future growth of our program activities and fulfillment of our mission. In 2007, unrestricted contributions grew 15 percent to $36.5 million from $31.7 million in 2006. Total net assets grew by $9.9 million in 2007. Total expenses grew in 2007 by $5.6 million. For the year, program-related expenses represented 80 percent of our total expenses.
Perceptions of Poverty from the "Poor," Conceptions of Poverty from the "Poor"
Research Report | Apr 15, 2008
This executive summary presents the broader lessons from APPPA's findings and documents a sample of the vast selection of personal understandings of poverty from people living in Afghanistan. By providing these first-hand perspectives, the APPPA aims to contribute to increasingly relevant, effective poverty reduction projects.
Briefing Paper | Apr 14, 2008
How climate change hurts poor communities—and how we can help
Oxfam at a glance: Saving lives
Brochure | Apr 04, 2008
In an emergency, Oxfam’s objective is to save lives.
Oxfam Impact April 2008
Oxfam Impact | Apr 01, 2008
Where the ground remembers the rain
Research Report | Mar 31, 2008
Around the world, large-scale metals mining takes an enormous toll on the health of the environment and communities. Gold mining, in particular, is one of the dirtiest industries in the world.
Research Report | Mar 25, 2008
The prospects for peace in Afghanistan are being undermined because Western countries are failing to deliver on their promises of aid to the tune of $10 billion and because aid going to the country is used ineffectively, according to this report by ACBAR, an alliance international aid agencies--including Oxfam--working in Afghanistan.
In Her Own Words
Briefing Paper | Mar 08, 2008
Iraqi women talk about their greatest concerns and challenges.
Community Peacebuilding in Afghanistan
Research Report | Feb 28, 2008
A case for a national strategy
OXFAMExchange Winter 2008
Oxfam Exchange | Feb 21, 2008
Hard Questions about Ghana's Gold Boom
Take Action: Fight for Climate Justice
Campaign Publication | Feb 15, 2008
We've all seen the images on the evening news: the droughts, floods, hunger, and disease. Decades of greenhouse gas emissions have finally caught up with our climate—and it's the poorest among us who are worst affected.
Briefing Paper | Feb 11, 2008
Oxfam's briefing paper on making aid work.
Afghanistan: Development and Humanitarian Priorities
Briefing Paper | Jan 31, 2008
Oxfam Impact January 2008
Oxfam Impact | Jan 30, 2008
Landmark victory for indigenous people
Oxfam International Third Year Report on the Tsunami Response
Research Report | Dec 10, 2007
Briefing Note | Dec 04, 2007
Why the UN's Bali Climate Conference must mandate the search for new funds