Oxfam Pilipinas

Lorelei Godoy holds her baby while tending to vegetable seedlings in the hydroponics nursery set up by the Quigona Hydroponically-Grown Seedlings organization in Magarao, Camarines Sur. The vegetable nursery is part of the Rice Watch Action Network’s Typhoon Rolly (Goni) Recovery Program, which was supported by Oxfam. (Photo: Juanito Bantong/Oxfam)
Oxfam in the Philippines is transitioning into Oxfam Pilipinas Inc. (OPH) in the near term, and we will become a national affiliate of Oxfam International (OI). It is a milestone event in the history of Oxfam, which has been contributing to poverty eradication, disaster response, and women...
The past year was truly like no other. The tail end of the fiscal year saw the beginnings of lockdowns; disruptions of global and local supply chains; and changes — both big and small — to our everyday lives. Through it all, Oxfam Pilipinas remained committed to our mandate of providing life-saving...
Here are some of the most common questions we receive each week about Oxfam in the Philippines' principles and programmes. For more answers about the recruitment process, see here: Where can I find detailed information on Oxfam Philippines' partners and projects? Where can I find research...
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