accountability

Oxfam, along with our partners, has been working in the Philippines for 30 years, or since 1988, doing long-term humanitarian, development, and advocacy work. We know the devastating reports that have emerged will have damaged trust – and we are working to rebuild it. Oxfam treats allegations of...
Seaweeds farmers harvesting (Photo: Veejay Villafranca)
Partnership is at the crux of our work. We believe that the only way we can achieve our commitment of elevating the dialogue on gender and reducing injustice often committed to those who live in the periphery of society is by working through partners – organizations that can ensure Oxfam...
38 tonnes of Oxfam aid containing crucial water and sanitation equipment arrived at Cebu International airport for typhoon Haiyan survivors (Photo: Sophie Bowell/Oxfam)
As a sign of our commitment to transparency, Oxfam in the Philippines is registered under the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) since 1988 with the primary purpose of "to relieve poverty, famine or distress".
We collect personal information (including demographic and personal profile data) as volunteered by you in registration forms, subscriptions, campaigns and e-actions. However, you can access our web site without disclosing any of your personal data. Oxfam also collects the following (non-...
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