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Aleppo city, Syria: A woman who was severely affected by the earthquake in Aleppo utilizes the hygiene supplies she earlier received from Oxfam to help her maintain good hygiene habits. Photo: Islam Mardini/ Oxfam

Türkiye and Syria Earthquake 2023

One year after the devastating earthquakes struck Syria and Türkiye, Oxfam and our partners have supported over 2 million people with clean water, food, cash and other lifesaving essentials.

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Volunteer at Oxfam Trailwalker Australia's last event ever in Melbourne 1-3 March 2024, and share an adventure of a lifetime!

Volunteer at the last Oxfam Trailwalker

Volunteer at Oxfam Trailwalker Australia’s last event ever in Melbourne 1-3 March 2024, and share an adventure of a lifetime!

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Today, more big corporations and billionaires than ever are raking in super profits, while hundreds of millions of people globally go hungry and everyday Australians are struggling with rising costs. It’s time to ensure big corporations and billionaires pay their fair share of tax.

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Your impact

Meet these inspiring heroes from all corners of the globe.

Papua New Guinea

Onano’s story

Eastern Highlands, Papua New Guinea: Onano John prepares to collect honey from her hives in the Eastern Highlands. Photo: Patrick Moran/OxfamAUS

When women can earn a living it not only improves gender equality, it also helps whole communities lift themselves out of poverty.

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Papua New Guinea

Eriko’s story

Eastern Highlands, Papua New Guinea: Eriko Fuferefa, Director of KUSWA and a survivor of gender-based violence. Photo: OxfamAUS

Violence against women and girls is alarmingly common in Papua New Guinea. Oxfam is working with trailblazers like Eriko to empower women and build a safer future.

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Vanuatu

Blockchain technology

Tanna, Vanuatu: Keith and Sirus test cards and phones in prep for beneficiary registrations. Unblocked cash transfer program role out in Tanna Vanuatu. response. Photo: Arlene Bax/Oxfam in Vanuatu

Our UnBlocked cash transfer program supports vulnerable communities with immediate cash transfers when disasters strike.

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Timor-Leste

Natalia’s story

Oecusse, Timor-Leste: Natalia Falo, pictured at her home where she says her partner Norbertu has taken a more active role in domestic chores after participating in Oxfam's Gender Action Learning System (GALS) training as part of the Hakbiit program. The family are also saving more money from selling animals and agricultural production. Photo: Ismenio Pereira/Oxfam

Before she put pen to paper, Natalia’s dream for a new house may have seemed unattainable. But her happy new home is proof that if you can see it, you can be it.

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Pakistan

Samreen’s story

Future female leader in Pakistan

Many 17 year olds look forward to the moment when they turn 18 and can legally vote but not many plan to stand for election the same year.

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For every $1 we spend

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tackling poverty

27¢

raising the next $1

10¢

administration

Gudi (in red) with her family, Pakistan. Photo: Oxfam in Pakistan

63% of every $1 goes to life changing work

Your donation to charity will help people and communities survive today, prepare for tomorrow and change their future for the better.

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Read the latest news and stories from Oxfam’s charity work around the globe.

26 Feb 2024

Oxfam Trailwalker Melbourne: A grand finale to a 25-year journey to end poverty

More than 4,000 people are set to embark on the final Oxfam Trailwalker event in Melbourne this weekend, as the event comes to an end after 25 years in Australia. The endurance event will see more than 1000 teams take on either a 33km, 57km or 87km course over 40 hours, as they raise funds […]

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23 Feb 2024

Conflict in North Kivu, DRC: over a hundred thousand people living in disastrous conditions without clean water

More than 133,000 people who fled the fighting in North Kivu, in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), live in unimaginable conditions without one single toilet or water, posing serious consequences for their health and safety, warns Oxfam. Oxfam staff report that people are forced to pay US$0.40 to use the […]

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19 Feb 2024

Rafah, Gaza: Urgent Statement from CEOs of Humanitarian & Human Rights Organisations

We are appalled by the harrowing developments in Rafah, Gaza’s most populated area where 1.5 million people are sheltering as their last resort – over half a million of them children. If Israel launches its proposed ground offensive, thousands more civilians will be killed and the current trickle of humanitarian aid risks coming to a […]

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