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Nearly one out of every three people on our planet lives in poverty. But caring individuals like you and Oxfam see a future in which no one does. Your generosity allows us to reach tens of millions of people a year with life-changing assistance. Oxfam has been a trusted partner to families around the world for more than 70 years—saving lives during emergencies, supporting rural farmers, empowering women, and advocating for peoples’ rights. But we can’t do it alone. Please make a tax-deductible donation today.

Change lives: Now, more than ever, your support matters.

Change lives: More than ever, your support matters.

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  1. Brief

    Development Cooperation in Crisis

    The second High Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) in Nairobi will bring together countries from all over the globe to deliberate on ways to improve development effectiveness. This time, they meet at a critical moment in the history; when the accomplishment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) needs renewed and energized international effort.

  2. Brief

    Not Strictly Business: Improving Women's Entrepreneurship Through Soft-Skills Training and Engagement of Men

    Women's business-ownership in the small and growing business (SGB) sector is essential to global economic growth. Women's economic participation and investment have an exponential impact on family and community well-being. To unleash the power of women-led business for contributing to economic growth, barriers and challenges that women face must be addressed.

  3. Brief

    Different conflict, same crisis

    The vast majority of refugees and asylum seekers are hosted by poorer countries and almost four million have been welcomed by countries which themselves have experienced armed violence or are in conflict.

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    Accountability and ownership

    The role of aid in a post-2015 world

  5. Brief

    Children alone: Pulled from the sea, fallen by the wayside

    Alone, confused and scared. Their rights curbed and hopes crushed. This is the state of far too many children who make it across the Mediterranean to “safety”.

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    Lake Chad's unseen crisis

    In a little known part of the world called the Lake Chad Basin, a violent seven-year conflict originating in Nigeria is causing untold misery and suffering for millions of people.

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