Papua New Guinea is one of the worst countries in the world to be a woman, with two out of three women having experienced domestic violence. Oxfam works 12 local organisations in PNG to support women acoss nine provinces, helping to break the cycle of violence and providing women and children with a safe place to heal and begin rebuilding their lives.
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Oxfam New Zealand Executive Director Rachael Le Mesurier reflects on how far Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand has come in a decade.
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Six months on, Oxfam has already reached 445,000 people with food, access to clean water and sanitation and support in shelter in seven affected districts. We are still working hard in Nepal to help communities get back on their feet after the earthquake.
The world has agreed a new set of 17 goals to guide global action to end poverty over the next 15 years. These goals are our best chance to realise a shared and lasting vision of prosperity for all. Let’s make sure it’s more than just words. Let’s make it happen.
By Dr Jason Myers, Oxfam New Zealand's Advocacy and Campaigns Director It’s less than ten weeks from critical UN climate negotiations in Paris. Right now world leaders are agreeing a new global development agenda. What’s the connection?
A flurry of activity over the next 100 days will set the course for the global response to climate change.
With the help of our generous supporters, Oxfam has reached more than 360,000 people with vital emergency aid in Nepal.
Three months since the earthquake in Nepal, women take rebuilding into their own hands.
Razan is a 30-year-old accountant lives with her mother in the Syrian city of Salamiyah. Racha Chamoun reports on how Oxfam is working to improve access to water for people like her.