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In the run-up to World Humanitarian Day this week, Isabelle Tallec looks at Oxfam’s locally led response to the Ukraine crisis, working with dozens of local and community organisations to support the most marginalised groups of refugees and displaced people.
Oxfam is working with communities to meet the needs of people displaced by February’s devastating earthquakes, including large numbers of Syrian refugees.
Clean water, cash, food, and shelter are among the highest priorities for areas in Bangladesh and Myanmar hit by largest storm in decades.