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E.g., 12/18/2018
Maranao children participate in a stress debriefing session in Saguiaran, Lanao del Sur (Photo: Angela Casauay/Oxfam)
On our thirtieth year of presence in the Philippines, we continue to serve the poorest Filipinos through our strategic work and goals on five areas: Economic Justice, Conflict Transformation, Gender Justice, Rights in Crisis and Programme Quality. We aim to achieve these by working hand in hand...
Last year was a significant year for Oxfam in the Philippines as we focused our efforts on strengthening our partnerships through the launch of our new Strategic Partnership Model. This new model affirms the belief that development can only be genuinely and sustainably achieved through deep and...
This annual report features some of the stories and insights gained from our partner-based experiences in the past year. The stories that are shared in this report strengthen our conviction to work in strategic partnerships and our belief in its transformative potential.
The Marawi crisis that happened in May 2017 had multi-faceted effects on women, men, girls, and boys. This report aims to provide a gender analysis of the situation of Marawi internally displaced individuals (IDPs). It seeks to inform about efforts on early recovery, highlight the need for gender...
Josephine Alad-ad is a woman farmer from Sultan Kudarat, Mindanao
The international community has failed to deliver climate finance at the scale required for vulnerable countries such as the Philippines to adapt to climate change. Adaptation is a national priority for the Philippines, and as such domestic budget has been allocated; climate finance tagging has...
el nino, lessons learned from el nino,
The 2015 to 2016 El Niño caused devastating impacts across the globe and has been projected to be the worst in recorded history. In the Philippines, agricultural losses alone have been estimated to have cost somewhere between 5 to 12 billion Philippine pesos. What are some of the lessons that can...
The Women's Quest for 'Kambayabaya'
"The Women's Quest for 'Kambayabaya'" is a picture storybook based on the lives of real women interviewed by Oxfam in Mamasapano, Maguindanao. Despite the tragedy that hit their community on January 25, 2015, the women try to cope by helping each other and constantly hoping...
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC NTP CrFS.pdf NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC NTP CrFS.pdf 322.61 KB Oxfam publicly acknowledges that the Climate-Resiliency Field Schools (CrFS) program was developed by and introduced to the BINDS project by Rice Watch and Action Network (R1). In the BINDS project, R1 was engaged in...
A woman fisherfolk receives her Electronic Prepaid Solution (EPS) Card during a distribution in Tacloban City (Photo: Christian Poleno/Oxfam)
Delivering aid to a large, displaced population provides challenges for governments, the private sector and aid organizations in the aftermath of any humanitarian crisis. The increasing scale and impact of disasters calls for innovative solutions for a more efficient and effective delivery of cash...
Oxfam in the Philippines: 2016 Annual Report
This report highlights the results of Oxfam’s first year of work under our new country strategy. Some are conveyed in numbers, while others in stories of change in the lives of people we worked with. We hope the numbers and the stories resonate with your own hopes and dreams for the most poor...

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