Since January, Oxfam has helped over 420,000 earthquake survivors – and we couldn’t have done it without your generous support.
In the neighbourhood of Delmas 33 in Port-au-Prince, our community canteen projects are helping people to earn an income, and eat healthy food.
An enormous amount of rubbish is created in the camps housing displaced people in Haiti, and dealing with it can be a big problem. Oxfam’s Public Health team have come up with an innovative and creative solution.
In the crowded camps of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Oxfam’s public health promoters have found a memorable way to prevent the outbreak of disease.
The humidity in Haiti is intense. Along with the gathering clouds, it signals the coming storms as the rainy season begins in earnest here.
As well as providing, latrines, clean water, emergency shelter, other basic needs to people affected by the Haiti earthquake, Oxfam is also helping them to earn vital income through a cash-for-work scheme.
Film students from Haiti’s only film school ask Haitians about their priorities for the reconstruction of their country.
Oxfam Australia Logistics Advisor Graham Kenna checks stock in the new emergency supply chain warehouse in Brisbane. Photo: Ronnie Wright/OxfamAUS Australia’s three largest aid agencies and the Australian Government have joined forces to open an emergency supplies warehouse in Brisbane to speed up disaster response. When a disaster strikes a remote community, every minute counts. […]