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The People’s Vaccine Alliance – A journey to be proud of

The People’s Vaccine Alliance – a journey to be proud of

Now and then, Oxfam and its supporters are part of something that defines who we are. Our history is punctuated with our part in big struggles. Always, together with others. Sometimes we win; often we don’t, at least immediately – but we always take the side of those on the sharp end of our deeply […]

Meet Joanne – A compassionate and determined supporter

Today, we write to celebrate Jo, a compassionate and determined supporter of Oxfam Aotearoa. Jo and her partner are parents to two young children (and a garden full of animals!). Jo, just like us, is driven by a passion for justice and the belief in a more just, sustainable world. Jo was first introduced to […]

Financial Intermediary subproject data exposed for the first time

“I had tears in my eyes when I saw my flooded home and village. Every time I think about my life before our village was flooded, I long to go back to that time.” — Bong Kheun, resident of Srekor village, now fully submerged by the Lower Sesan 2 Dam “We, community members affected by […]

5 things to boost Climate Commission’s plan to cut NZs pollution

You might have heard about the Climate Commission’s draft plan for New Zealand’s climate action over the next 15 years. This is a crucial opportunity to put a roadmap in place that will allow Aotearoa to play our part in overcoming the climate challenge and ensuring our action will stand with those facing the impacts of climate breakdown right now. It […]

What’s Happening With Cheque Donations?

You may be aware that New Zealand banks are moving towards eliminating cheques from their services over the next year. Your support matters. We’re here to help you navigate these changes so you can continue to donate and help end poverty. We know that you may have preferred to donate by cheque in the past. […]

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