humanitarian response

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...
Local humanitarian actors are on the brink of what could be a revolutionary movement in the global humanitarian space, which is still dominated by huge and powerful international players. In the Philippines, this movement started way before the Typhoon Haiyan catastrophe of 2013. For many...
Fisherfolk from Palanas village in Salcedo, Eastern Samar, attempt to repair their damaged homes with tarpaulins a day after Christmas. Typhon Ursula first made landfall in Salcedo on December 24.  Photo credit: Charita Llanera/PDRRN
A day after the devastation wrought by Typhoon Ursula (Phanfone), which made seven landfalls mainly in Central Philippines between December 24 until the afternoon of December 25, development agency Oxfam and its partners say there is an urgent need for humanitarian assistance. Oxfam Philippines...
Photo credit: Christian Aid Philippines
This story about going to lengths to involve marginalized people, or what is known in NGO circles as inclusion, was one of the recurring themes during the first day of the Connect Collaborate Innovate event in Manila. This day was a showcase of success stories and lessons from the Financial...
How are remote towns doing two months into the Marawi crisis?
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