Research and publications

  1. Annual report

    Annual Report 2023

    With the support of our donor community, and together with our partners, we accomplished real change in 2023.

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  1. Oxfam CloseUp magazine

    Oxfam CloseUp, Fall 2023

    This issue is packed with stories from powerful women, including Hawo Are, a community health volunteer in a camp for internally displaced people in Qulogi, in the Somali Region of Ethiopia, who is featured in our cover story.

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  1. Impact update

    Planting the Seeds of Security

    An Oxfam collaboration helps farmers in Nepal learn new techniques to adapt to a harsh climate to feed their families and earn a living.

  1. Fact sheet


    Financial Modelling Energy Transition Pricing Scenarios and Potential Government Revenue from the Rufisque Offshore Profond Project

    Senegal’s Petroleum Future or a Stranded Asset Risk (2)
  1. Research

    At Work and Under Watch

    Surveillance and suffering at Amazon and Walmart warehouses

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  1. Briefing paper

    At Work and Under Watch: Federal Policy Recommendations

    As the two largest private employers in the U.S., retail behemoths Amazon and Walmart disproportionately drive poverty and economic inequality in the U.S. Poor working conditions and punitive management systems are embedded in their models of getting cheap goods to the consumer with unprecedented convenience and speed. But fast and easy commerce is built on the backs of millions of workers.

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  1. Brochure

    Reshaping disaster aid

    From wars to climate-related emergencies, paying attention to local voices, leadership, and solutions can be a matter of life and death.

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  1. Book

    Empowered development in poor countries

    The trials and trails of a development aid worker

  1. Blog

    Politics of Poverty blog

    Ideas and analysis from Oxfam America's policy experts

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