Annual Report 2010
Annual Report | Apr 22, 2011
It was an exceptional year for Oxfam America. We provided an unprecedented $62 million in support to our program services. The generosity of our supporters made this possible; donations were up 63 percent. For the fourth consecutive year, our overall program support exceeded 79 percent of our total spending. Moreover, with increased contributions and careful management of expenses, we boosted our net assets by $8.3 million, assuring that we have the financial base to continue helping people to overcome poverty.
Ghana's Oil Readiness Report
Research Report | Apr 19, 2011
Civil society groups in Ghana have produced a report on the country’s readiness to deal with the challenges and meet the expectations of joining the league of oil producing nations.
Inventory of Farmworker Issues and Protections in the United States
Research Report | Apr 13, 2011
Exploring the links between international business and poverty reduction
Research Report | Mar 29, 2011
The Coca-Cola/SABMiller value chain impacts in Zambia and El Salvador
Oxfam Impact | Mar 23, 2011
A new weeding tool for Cambodian rice farmers combined with innovative growing techniques leads to harvests double in size.
Una vida diferente | A different life
Oxfam Impact | Mar 21, 2011
Widespread cultural change is slow work: At the highest levels, laws must be in place to safeguard peoples’ rights. On the ground, women and men must re-examine how they think and act. In El Salvador, the next chapter in a battle against gender violence is a broad-based education initiative.
Under pressure: Reducing disaster risk and enhancing US emergency response capacity in an era of climate change
Research Report | Feb 25, 2011
With disasters—and particularly climate-related disasters—on the rise, the global humanitarian response system is under increased pressure to assist growing numbers of people.
Horn of Africa Risk Transfer for Adaptation (HARITA) quarterly report: October 2010–December 2010
Research Report | Feb 24, 2011
Rural resilience series
Briefing Paper | Feb 24, 2011
Girls' Education in Afghanistan
Whose Aid is it Anyway? Politicizing aid in conflicts and crises
Briefing Paper | Feb 22, 2011
OXFAMExchange Winter 2011
Oxfam Exchange | Feb 22, 2011
CREATING A CULTURE OF INNOVATION
Sowing seeds of self-reliance in Ethiopia
Oxfam Impact | Feb 16, 2011
With an initial investment from Oxfam, community-owned grain banks allow Ethiopians to feed the World Food Programme.
Saving lives through country ownership
Briefing Paper | Feb 09, 2011
Three steps for President Obama's Global Health Initiative to succeed
Beyond Recovery: Moving the Gulf Coast Toward a Sustainable Future
Research Report | Feb 09, 2011
In this report, Oxfam America and the Center for American Progress honor the resiliency of the people of the Gulf Coast and propose a plan to restore the region building on existing assets and leveraging incoming federal funding to spark innovation and collaboration, putting local communities to work.
Six months into the floods
Briefing Paper | Jan 26, 2011
Resetting Pakistan's priorities through reconstruction
Haiti Progress Report 2010: Summary
Fact Sheet | Jan 13, 2011
Oxfam's relief operation in Haiti following the January 2010 quake has been one of the organization's largest and most complex efforts. This report summarizes our progress.
Beyond Sudan's big day
Briefing Paper | Jan 07, 2011
What next for one of the least developed places on earth?
From relief to recovery
Briefing Paper | Jan 06, 2011
Supporting good governance in post-earthquake Haiti
Haiti Progress Report 2010
Research Report | Jan 06, 2011
Oxfam was one of the first agencies to respond to the devastating earthquake in Haiti--one of the largest and most complex emergency programs that Oxfam has ever been involved in.
Climate Change and Violent Conflict
Research Report | Dec 31, 2010
A critical literature review