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9 years of ongoing conflict in Yemen has destroyed lives, livelihoods and forced millions of people to flee their homes. As a result, more than 24 million people depend on aid to survive. Provide life saving food and clean water to families like Omar’s.Learn more
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Morocco Earthquake Emergency
A 6.8-magnitude earthquake hit Morocco on Friday 8 September around 11 p.m (local time). More than 2,000 people have been killed and thousands injured.
Oxfam Australia supports voting YES
Oxfam Australia supports an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament. After 65,000 years of continuous culture, it’s time the First Peoples of Australia are recognised in our Constitution.
Embedding Equality in the Loss and Damage Fund
How Australia can help ensure the success of the new Loss and Damage Fund, which aims to support people in developing countries most adversely impacted by climate change to recover and build resilience.
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