While the coronavirus crisis means that Oxfam’s work is needed now more than ever, we now have less money to pay for it. Like many charities and businesses, the pandemic has hit our finances hard. We’ve had to close shops, cancel fundraising events, and absorb rising costs. Fundraising conditions...
In the face of COVID-19, a new direction for Oxfam
Oxfam is on a journey from a confederation where power was held by its northern members who funded lifesaving work in developing countries, to a global network of organizations working together with allies both to beat poverty and fight its root causes such as conflict, climate change, and gender...
Oxfam Pilipinas NGO Phiippines
Our economic model is cracking under the weight of so many wrongs. It has beenmore than a month since the Philippine government implemented an enhanced community quarantine in the National Capital Region,which is home to 13 million people. Other areas of the Philippines followed with general and...
Meet Alma Rosete, an inspiring woman from one of the communities in BIliran province, which was hit by Tropical Storm Urduja (Kai-tak) in December 2017. In photo, she shows her PayMaya prepaid card , where the cash assistance is disbursed during the Urduja response. Photo: Genevive Estacaan / Oxfam
Hassan purchases using the iAFFORD PayMaya prepaid card
A year after armed conflict broke out in Marawi City, the pursuit of recovery remains a long-term endeavor. Around 230,000 people, who are mostly small traders and vendors, remain displaced and are still struggling to recover their lost properties and livelihoods.
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