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?
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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.
Eid is upon us. But it doesn’t feel like Eid. Fighting in Yemen has not ceased throughout the month of Ramadan - in fact it intensified, writes Hind Aleryani, Oxfam staff member in Yemen.
A few of the thousand brave faces of Nepalese people continuing on with devastated homes and very little shelter.
Climate change is dramatically changing the world we love. It’s putting our homes, our land and our food at risk. In December 2015, world leaders will meet in Paris to hammer out a deal to tackle climate change – that's why we're shouting about it louder than ever.Add your voice to the call for urgent action.
In Tuvalu, the impact of global warming to my people is real. We are already at risk. But together, we have the power to make change, writes Fala Haulangi.
Food, family, futures – climate change threatens the things we hold dear. In December 2015, world leaders will meet in Paris to hammer out a deal to tackle climate change – that's why we're shouting about it louder than ever. Join us to fight climate change and help protect the world’s poorest people.