We will send our first shipment of aid tomorrow to those people most affected from the 7.8 earthquake that struck Ecuador last Saturday. The first two-ton load of aid to secure basic hygiene and clean water among affected communities will leave from Spain.
The extent of damage in Tonga is becoming more clear in the wake of Cyclone Ula.
Oxfam New Zealand is ready to respond to cyclone Ula, which swept through Tonga overnight and is expected to continue its course through the country until this evening.
Early action must be taken to halt the widespread hunger, thirst and disease taking place in New Zealand’s neighbourhood due to a super-charged El Niño.
“Widespread destruction” in the district of the Gurkhas as Oxfam trucks in aid by land for the first time from India
Award sees Oxfam team up with Deloitte New Zealand to improve disaster relief in the Pacific