How to get started: A menu of ideas
Campaign Publication | Aug 03, 2012
Want to do something to fight poverty and hunger, but don't know where to start? Explore this list of time-tested action ideas for individuals and groups.
Haiti land rights, land tenure, and urban recovery
Research Report | Aug 01, 2012
More than two years after the earthquake in Haiti, hundreds of thousands of internally displaced persons (IDPs) remain in tents and informal settlements in the earthquake zone. The reasons for this vary, but land rights and land tenure are central.
Rebuilding our economy, restoring our environment
Campaign Publication | Jul 25, 2012
How the emerging restoration economy offers new and expanded opportunities for Gulf Coast businesses and communities
The Food Transformation
Research Report | Jul 23, 2012
Harnessing consumer power to create a fair food future
Measuring Economic Progress and Well-Being
Research Report | Jul 19, 2012
How to move beyond GDP
Food crisis in West Africa
Fact Sheet | Jul 17, 2012
The Sahel region of West and Central Africa is in the grip of a food crisis. Oxfam and our partner organizations are working throughout the region to get help to struggling communities.
Tackling the food deficit in the world's newest country
Briefing Paper | Jul 09, 2012
A year after South Sudan became the world's newest nation, half of its 9.7 million citizens are struggling to meet their basic food needs. Internal conflict, clashes with Sudan, poor harvests, and complex population movement have all contributed to the current crisis.
PREP Value Chain Climate Resilience
Research Report | Jul 06, 2012
A guide to managing climate impacts in companies and communities
Oxfam Fact Sheet: Food for all
Fact Sheet | Jul 01, 2012
You might think hunger is about too many people and too little food. That is not the case. Hunger is about power. Its roots lie in inequalities to resources and opportunities.
Piecing it all together: Why the Arms Trade Treaty must regulate parts and components for weapons and military equipment
Briefing Paper | Jun 29, 2012
The Arms Trade Treaty provides a unique opportunity to regulate the specialized parts and components used in the arms trade.
Oxfam America & the private sector
Brochure | Jun 14, 2012
Oxfam America works with a wide range of organizations to develop innovative solutions to poverty and social injustice.
Physical risks from climate change
Research Report | May 31, 2012
A guide for companies and investors on disclosure and management of climate impacts
Systems, power, and agency in market-based approaches to poverty
Research Report | May 24, 2012
A review of some shortcomings of Market-based approaches (MBAs) and the search for more holistic, systemic approaches.
OXFAMExchange, Spring 2012
Oxfam Exchange | May 21, 2012
When we listen, solutions follow
Building a better life, one plant at a time
Oxfam Impact | May 21, 2012
Farmers using the System of Rice Intensification in Cambodia grow bigger, stronger plants that can better withstand flooding.
Briefing Paper | May 16, 2012
Opportunities and challenges facing US assistance for food security in Guatemala
Reforms put foreign aid to work fighting corruption and waste
Research Report | May 07, 2012
USAID is changing the way it implements US foreign aid programs to put local actors in the driver's seat.
R4 Rural Resilience Initiative
Research Report | May 04, 2012
Quarterly report | January – March 2012
Hygiene promotion: determining what works
Research Report | Apr 17, 2012
In the aftermath of disasters, Oxfam undertakes a host of hygiene-promotion activities in order to prevent the outbreak and spread of disease. But which are the most effective?
Sahel food crisis
Briefing Paper | Apr 10, 2012
Actions the US can take to break the cycle of hunger