Resarch & publications
Research and publications
In fiscal year 2016, Oxfam America recorded our highest dollar investment in program services in our history. The primary drivers for this increase were the devastating earthquakes in Nepal in April 2015 and our response to the tragic global refugee crisis.
CloseUp is returning to print. After careful consideration, Oxfam shifted to publishing our magazine digitally a year ago. We discovered over the course of the year, however, that the majority of you strongly favored a print version.
In Senegal, a woman joins a savings group, starts her own business, and becomes a leader.
Man-made crises and severe drought have pushed countless families to the brink of starvation, but fast action now can save lives.
Absorb, Adapt, Transform: Final Evaluation of the Central America-Melanesia (CAMEL) Resilience Building Program
A summative evaluation of the three-year Resilience Building Program implemented in El Salvador, Guatemala, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu funded by the Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies.
A report analyzing the activities of the French oil company Total in Angola and Niger.
Developing supply chains free of deforestation and exploitation in the food and beverage sector
Tools for activists
Download free resources for hosting your event to raise awareness and life-saving funds to help fight famine.
461 Economists call for urgent action against excessive speculation on food commodities
Through WISE, Oxfam serves in its convening role to support collaboration between financial institutions, nonprofit organizations, and academia working together to advance women’s economic rights in Guatemala. WISE works alongside a suite of Oxfam initiatives in Guatemala that contribute to the overall vision of achieving greater economic independence and empowerment of women.
The trials and trails of a development aid worker