The safety situation in South Sudan is rapidly deteriorating. South Sudan needs an urgent ceasefire and the international community needs to provide urgent aid to saves lives.
There is growing concern around the lack of clean water and sanitation in the region
Here are some of the latest news items about the Solomons Island floods and Oxfam's response.
Oxfam Trailwalker team Cool Runnings, has tonight made history, becoming the first team to cross the finish line in the fastest time, two years in a row.
Tens of thousands of people in and around Honiara have been left homeless by the recent flash flooding and heavy rains in Solomon Islands. Entire communities have been swept away, major access bridges have collapsed and roads have been destroyed with areas of the city isolated by the destruction.
Initial reports are that 16 people have died, thousands of people have been evacuated and hundreds of homes have been destroyed in flash flooding in the Solomon Islands’ capital of Honiara, where there has been extremely heavy rain over several days.
Over 250 teams walked 100 km in Taupo. Re-live the action in our live blog.
Climate change is already making it harder for millions to feed their families. We will not stand by and watch this happen.
IPCC final report concludes with heightened warning of severe climate impacts on food; Oxfam says time for inaction is over
Climate change could put back the fight against hunger by decades but our global food system is woefully unprepared to cope with the challenge, said Oxfam today