In Haiti's struggle with emergencies, a new partnership
Oxfam’s Salvadoran partners are helping communities reduce disaster risks—in Haiti.
In the wake of Sandy, Oxfam distributes cholera kits and steps up prevention
The potential for cholera outbreaks is just one of the concerns Haitians have following the heavy rains.
Hurricane Sandy lashes Haiti; Oxfam aims to prevent cholera outbreaks
Authorities issued a state of alert across all 10 departments of the country.
Haiti: a grain milling operation offers an economic lifeline for women
To help tackle unemployment and ensure families have access to food, Oxfam is working with a women's group to modernize and expand a service center.
Haiti: Reducing the risk of flooding in Artibonite
A local mayor enlists support from Oxfam to address major flooding in his community in rural Haiti.
Oxfam takes the fight against cholera to rural Haiti
In remote communities where the risk of death by cholera is heightened by rugged terrain, Oxfam is making water safer.
Ti koze sou kolera: In rural Haiti, Oxfam takes to the airwaves
Oxfam reaches out to remote communities about cholera, strengthening preparedness and easing fears.
Oxfam trains teams to manage water delivery in Haitian camps
In the camps where Oxfam works in Port-au-Prince, displaced people are beginning to pay for their own water.
At a camp in Haiti, families long for a new start--and land to call their own
The Haitian government has been slow to develop a resettlement plan and allocate land for earthquake survivors.
After the Haiti earthquake, a life-changing event: Families dig latrines with Oxfam's help
The program has brought a long-term improvement to people living in the hills of Petit Goave.
Fanning the spark of entrepreneurship, Oxfam helps small businesses recover after Haiti earthquake
With grants and training, some Haitian tradespeople and shopkeepers begin to rebuild their businesses.
House by house, latrine by latrine, Haitians fight cholera in Petite Riviere
Oxfam's program aims to help 125,000 people in Artibonite Province.
In Haiti camps where Oxfam works, hygiene education helps guard against cholera
Oxfam is reaching nearly 700,000 people in Haiti with clean water, sanitation services, and hygiene education in an effort to stop the spread of cholera.
Oxfam works to stem spread of cholera in Port-au-Prince camps for displaced people
With cases of cholera confirmed in the capital city, Oxfam redoubles its efforts to halt the epidemic.
Oxfam prepares for powerful storm heading for Haiti
Struggling with a cholera outbreak and massive displacement from the January earthquake, Haitians could face more suffering from tropical storm Tomas.
Oxfam aims to help 40,000 people with emergency supplies in area of Haiti hard hit by cholera
Oxfam says the key to stopping the outbreak is to make sure people have the right information about cholera prevention.
Oxfam distributes emergency supplies to tackle cholera in Haiti
Oxfam aimed to reach 25,000 people today with water tablets, rehydration salts, and soap to combat an outbreak of cholera that has already killed more than 200 people.
Providing clean water is Oxfam's first priority in Haiti cholera outbreak
Oxfam now has a team of nine emergency specialists working in the Petite Riviere region of Artibonite.