Extreme Weather, Extreme Prices
Briefing Paper | Sep 05, 2012
Our failure to slash greenhouse gas emissions presents a future of greater food price volatility, with severe consequences for the precarious lives and livelihoods of people in poverty.
From Controversy to Consensus?
Research Report | Sep 24, 2012
Lessons learned from government and company consultations with indigenous organizations in Peru and Bolivia
R4 Rural Resilience Initiative
Research Report | Apr 01, 2013
Quarterly report | October - December 2012
Alexis Nkurunziza, Transparency Expert
Briefing Note | Apr 02, 2013
A researcher and human rights advocate is leveraging a tiny investment of US foreign aid to open up budgets and improve governance in Rwanda.
Mali: A New Development Contract
Briefing Note | May 15, 2013
What kind of aid is needed to end the crisis?
A quiet renaissance in American aid
Briefing Note | Apr 10, 2013
How US reforms are making America a better partner in the fight against poverty
Learning the Lessons?
Briefing Paper | Apr 16, 2013
Assessing the response to the 2012 food crisis in the Sahel to build resilience for the future
Vulnerability to disaster highlighted in new report
Briefing Paper | May 21, 2013
No Accident, Resilience and the inequality of risk
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.
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.
Housing Delivery and Housing Finance in Haiti
Research Report | May 01, 2013
Operationalizing the national housing policy
The Food Transformation
Research Report | Jul 23, 2012
Harnessing consumer power to create a fair food future
PREP Value Chain Climate Resilience
Research Report | Jul 06, 2012
A guide to managing climate impacts in companies and communities
Research Report | Nov 19, 2012
What can 10 years of official development assistance data tell us about US international agricultural development?
A Shift in Focus: Putting the interests of Somali people first
Briefing Paper | Feb 21, 2012
More than six months after the UN declared a famine, Somalia is still in the throes of its worst humanitarian crisis in decades, with 31 per cent of the population estimated to be in crisis.
Crises in a New World Order: Challenging the humanitarian project
Research Report | Feb 07, 2012
The growing number of vulnerable people, the rise in disasters, and the failure to put most fragile states on the path to development, will significantly increase needs.
Saving lives through country ownership
Briefing Paper | Feb 09, 2011
Three steps for President Obama's Global Health Initiative to succeed
Beyond Sudan's big day
Briefing Paper | Jan 07, 2011
What next for one of the least developed places on earth?
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.
From relief to recovery
Briefing Paper | Jan 06, 2011
Supporting good governance in post-earthquake Haiti