A few of the thousand brave faces of Nepalese people continuing on with devastated homes and very little shelter.
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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.
Oxfam's emergency response to Cyclone Pam, three months on.
When disaster hits, with the right help, people can find the strength to come back even stronger than before. Here’s a powerful snapshot of your support in action.
Nepal’s experienced mountain guides are proving invaluable in the relief effort.
In the wake of Cyclone Pam, ambitious climate change action is vital in 2015
The sense of disbelief is palpable, but so too is the unstinting bravery and resilience of the Nepalese people.
Cyclones show it's ime to connect dots on climate change writes Rachael Le Mesurier, Oxfam New Zealand's Executive Director in this opinion article published in the NZ Herald.