Oxfam New Zealand has received gifts of over $200,000 in the last year from generous Kiwis who have left money in their wills to support poverty reduction programmes in the Pacific. September 6 – September 12 is Include a Charity Week, a campaign aimed at encouraging more people to include gifts in their wills to their favourite charities, after they have looked after family and friends.
Oxfam joins others in the High Court to challenge the secrecy of TPPA documents.
Entries are now open for the first Oxfam Trailwalker event to be held in sunny Whakatāne.
This week, trade ministers and officials from the 12 countries negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) meet in Maui in an attempt to finalise the agreement.
Three months on from the earthquake in Nepal, women are living in fear of abuse because of the lack of privacy and security in temporary shelters.
Oxfam New Zealand team up with Deloitte New Zealand through the Deloitte Humanitarian Innovation Program to improve the delivery of disaster relief in the Pacific.
One year on from the 2014 Gaza conflict, most people's lives have not improved and an entire generation of young people face an increasingly bleak future with little hope of jobs, reconstruction or safety. Little has been done to prevent another conflict or ensure development to reverse Gaza's economic collapse.
New Zealand’s proposed climate change target irresponsibly low
Oxfam is monitoring Tropical Storm Raquel, which has the potential to see a repeat of the type of flash flooding in the Solomon Islands that caused extensive damage to Honiara last year.
Community development specialist and current Chief Executive of Save the Children Fiji, Raijeli Nicole, aappointed Oxfam's new Regional Director for the Pacific.