- Interactive map reveals “pressure points” of food price spikes on poor communities around the world
- New deadlines not enough to finalize a 'development' trade round
- Climate impacts could reverse progress in the fight against global poverty
- Oxfam: More than 3 million face death while Berlusconi and the G8 fiddle
- Oxfam urges miner to address community engagement practices
- Oxfam urges miner to improve community relations
- New shareholder report identifies opportunities for stronger community engagement practices.
- Oxfam America to expand community finance program in Mali and Cambodia with $11.7 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
- More rice for people, more water for the planet
- System of Rice Intensification (SRI)
- People-centered resilience
- Working with vulnerable farmers towards climate change adaptation and food security
- Transparency is happening right now: USAID and Indonesia's national budget
- AidNow series
- Empty promises
- What happened to 'development' in the WTO's Doha Round?
- Suffering the Science
- Climate change, people, and poverty
- Field report from Cambodia
- Smart Development in Practice series
- The Aftershock of Cyclone Nargis
- Credit Crunch in the Delta
- One Year On
- Oxfam reports on its emergency and reconstruction projects
- Tsunami Fund end of program report
- Oxfam's final report on its four-year response to the tsunami disaster of December 2004.
- Oxfam Impact July 2008
- New mangroves breathe life into Mekong Delta
- Up in Smoke? Asia and the Pacific
- The fifth report from the Working Group on Climate Change and Development.
- Oxfam Impact June 2007
- Feeding a nation
- Public Health at Risk
- A US Free Trade Agreement could threaten access to medicines in Thailand
- Oxfam Impact February 2006
- Cambodian rice farmers go organic
- Fish Trade, Food, and Income Security
- An overview of the constraints and barriers faced by small-scale fishers, farmers, and traders in the Lower Mekong Basin
- In harm's way: Oxfam America's game on rethinking natural disasters
- Take Action: Global Food Crisis
- Already 854 million people on our planet suffer from hunger. Now, as food prices climb high and fast, conditions are becoming worse and threatening the well-being of millions more people.
- Spirit of the Forest - Oxfam on the ground in Cambodia
- In Cambodia, Chanthy Dam is helping indigenous communities defend their rights— despite serious personal risks.
- Climate change wake-up call
- You know about global warming. You may already be doing your part to protect the environment. But, climate change is a human issue too—it's hitting the poorest people hardest.
- Hardest hit: Survival strategies from the frontlines of climate change
- Learn how four communities around the world are fighting back against climate change, and how you can help.
- Hardest hit: Vietnam
- In response to drought, communities grow drought-resistant crops, raise alternative livestock breeds, and use water from a new reservoir.
- Follow the Money
- Standing at the pump, watching the numbers tick away, do you ever wonder where the money goes? People on the other end of the pipeline are wondering too.
- A perfect storm is driving millions into poverty
- More than one billion people now face chronic hunger—and more could join their ranks if we don't act now. With increasing food prices, droughts and floods, and economic pressures, 40 years of progress against extreme poverty is at risk. Oxfam is ready with innovative programs that can save lives.
- TCK TCK TCK - It's Time to Act on Climate Change
- With only 100 days to go until world leaders meet in Copenhagen to hammer out a global climate change treaty, Oxfam has launched a new video with Oxfam Ambassador and Hollywood actor Gael Garcia Bernal.
- Saving for Change
- Oxfam America has pioneered an alternative microfinance model called Saving for Change, which self-replicates on a large scale and at a low cost, serving those who have been left behind.
1.3 million rice farmers now using innovative growing methods in Vietnam
Oxfam support for System of Rice Intensification helping to change lives of farmers.
In Cambodia, System of Rice Intensification helps families climb out of poverty
Low-cost agricultural techniques help a farmer achieve a six-fold increase in annual production in one small field, and become a leader in the community.
More than 1 million growers are now embracing innovative approaches to producing more rice
System of Rice Intensification helps small-scale farmers in Vietnam.
In Japan, Oxfam partners support vulnerable groups
Oxfam working to complement government's efforts
Solidarity and support in Japan: An interview with Oxfam's Michael Delaney
Oxfam is working to complement the massive aid effort that the Japanese government has undertaken.
Yem Neang spreads the word on a new way to grow rice
Cambodian farmer Yem Neang employs a new method called System of Rice Intensification to increase her yield while cutting down on her production costs.
Saving for Change helps communities in Cambodia address financial difficulty
For Sean Ing, joining Saving for Change has allowed her to manage large expenses that would have cost her dearly if she had visited a money lender.
In Cambodia, USAID helps citizen groups protect their legal rights
Support to the Community Legal Education Center (CLEC) helps USAID foster an environment where citizens can have a voice in their government and demand broader accountability.
New coalition to monitor resource revenues in Cambodia
Oil and mineral wealth could change the country, and a new watchdog intends to ensure revenues are well spent, and reduce poverty.