COVID-19

Elizabeth Asanion, 45, wears her protective goggles during a relief operation conducted by Community Organizers Multiversity, with support from Oxfam Philippines, titled Care4Wife: COVID-19 Assistance and Response to Emergency Needs for Women in Informal Economy in Namapa Compound, Barangay North Fairview in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines. 9 June 2020. (Original photo by Basilio Sepe, illustrated by Vina Salazar)
In this briefing note, Nastasia L. Tysmans highlights four key insights from the report which ought to urge us even more to integrate practices of solidarity into ongoing efforts to respond to COVID-19. It’s not too late to implement a gender-sensitive and effective decision-making strategy to...
Illustration by: Vina Salazar/Oxfam
In the Philippines, Oxfam, together with our local partners, are providing immediate aid and support to the most affected communities in areas affected by Covid-19 in Eastern Samar, armed conflict in Mindanao, and the succession of destructive typhoons in October and November 2020 that battered...
Schools are being used as evacuation centers by as many as 10,000 families. (Credit: Domingo de Asis Jr./DepEd Legazpi City)
Manila, Philippines – Oxfam is working with local partners and coordinating with local governments in the Philippines to assess the damage and needs of affected communities f following Super Typhoon Rolly’s four landfalls yesterday as the Philippines observed All Soul’s Day.
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