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March 24, 2015
Oxfam has now been able to speak to Hillary Garea, a water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) Officer for the Vanuatu Rural Development Training Centre Association (VRDTCA), Oxfam’s long term WASH partner in Vanuatu.
March 23, 2015
Oxfam distributed hygiene kits last week at Lycee Bouganville school in Port Vila which is acting as a temporary evacuation centre. Oxfam's Amy Christian spoke to some of the families sheltering at the school about their experiences when Cyclone Pam hit, and their plans and worries for the future.
March 19, 2015
Interview with Oliver Iato, Senior Extension Officer, Farm Support Association
March 11, 2015
Noor, a 30 year old teacher and mother, has set up a school in a settlement by the Mediterranean Sea, and offers free classes to children.
January 7, 2015
A bulb onion scheme in Papua New Guinea’s Highlands is changing lives and securing futures for nearly 400 members of a remote community.
August 14, 2014
Tauranga-based Heilala Vanilla has partnered with Oxfam's partner the Tonga National Youth Congress (TNYC) to produce Virgin Coconut Oil for the global market. This partnership is strengthening the vitality of Tongan villages and building economic independence for young people.
July 31, 2014
Photo albums from the crisis in Gaza
May 14, 2014
If you’re a woman in PNG, your chance of being assaulted is as bad as if you lived in a war zone where rape is used as a weapon. Two-thirds of women have experienced violence. Oxfam supporters and local partner Voice for Change are giving women in Papua New Guinea a chance to escape violence and abuse and build a new, safer future for themselves and their children.
March 27, 2014
Clean water, good sanitation and better prospects go hand in hand in Papua New Guinea.
March 6, 2014
Oxfam New Zealand’s partnership with Women in Business Development Incorporated (WIBDI) began in 2001 with an income generation and microfinance project, aimed at improving livelihoods in local communities. For many women it has been a life changing opportunity.

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