The Future is Equal

About us

Our Commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi

As an international development agency, we recognise that we can only support and partner with communities across the world if we also support the self-determination of tangata whenua here in Aotearoa. In supporting self-determination of tangata whenua, we want a meaningful and committed relationship that better informs how we work together with partners and colleagues elsewhere in the world […]

Top 10 things you need to know about Oxfam

Makin, 43, with her pineapples. She is being supported with new techniques for planting by Oxfam partner FSA. Farm Support Association (FSA), Larvat, Malekula, Vanuatu. Photo Artur Francisco / Oxfam What is Oxfam, what do we do, and how do we do it? Here’s the information you need. 1: Oxfam is a global organisation working […]

Accountability and finances

Our funds come from generous donations and government funding. Thank you for being a part of Oxfam’s global movement to end the injustice of poverty. Our work happens because of your generosity. We are grateful to all those who continue to support Oxfam –our financial supporters, volunteers, interns, campaigners and corporate sponsors. With your ongoing […]

How we work

No one knows a community’s needs better than the people who belong to it. One in three people in the world lives in poverty. Oxfam is determined to change that by mobilising the power of people against poverty. Around the globe, Oxfam works to find practical, innovative ways for people to lift themselves out of […]

Our commitment to Safeguarding

Safeguarding policy and procedures at Oxfam This page highlights the policies and processes Oxfam has in place to protect the people we work with from any form of abuse, exploitation and harm. What does safeguarding mean for oxfam? At Oxfam, we are committed to zero tolerance of sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse in our organization. […]

Ending poverty & inequality

A hand up, not a handout.

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