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We're now well into the first week of the UN climate talks in Lima, Peru. How are the talks on a global climate treaty actually going?
Neil Pancipanci, an Oxfam livelihoods officer based in Tacloban City shares his account of what it was like to be in the affected areas when Typhoon Hagupit hit.
The links between climate change and severe climate events are clearer than ever.
Raising awareness and changing behaviours in Solomon Islands
Here is some of our Ebola crisis content from social media in case you missed it there.
16 Days of Activism is a global campaign to end gender violence. In the Solomon Islands the family violence statistics are shocking, but Oxfam's programmes are creating inspiring change.
Agnes, door-to-door volunteer, helps prevent Ebola spread in Liberia
One year on from the disaster, the emergency phase of our response has finished. Thanks to Oxfam’s supporters around the world, we have been able to reach more than 860,000 people. Now our focus is on long term recovery and rehabilitation.
Climate advocates in the Philippines embark on a 1000km journey, by foot from the landing place of Typhoon Haiyan to call for climate justice.