12 Feb 2014 by Oxfam Australia Media
Violence in Central African Republic has raised grave new fears of a market collapse which would exacerbate the current food crisis, international aid organisations warned today.
7 Feb 2014 by Oxfam Australia Media
Thanks to the generosity of the Australian public, Oxfam has helped almost 550,000 people hit hard by Typhoon Haiyan but, three months on from the devastating storm, there is still much more to be done.
6 Feb 2014 by Oxfam Australia Media
Oxfam Australia welcomes funding from the Australia Government today for a project supporting families experiencing sexual and domestic violence in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
18 Jan 2014 by Oxfam Australia Media
Details released today of government cuts to Australian aid meant that Australia would be investing less in security, prosperity and in improving the lives of those living in extreme poverty, Oxfam Australia said today.
28 Dec 2013 by Oxfam Australia Media
As the violence and insecurity spreads in South Sudan the needs of innocent people caught up in it, including more than 100,000 people who have fled their homes, are escalating day by day.
18 Sep 2013 by Oxfam Australia Media
International development agency Oxfam Australia says the new Australian Government must ensure the fundamental purpose of Australia’s overseas aid program is to reduce poverty.
Oxfam welcomes incoming government, seeks action on overseas aid, climate change and Indigenous health
8 Sep 2013 by Oxfam Australia Media
International aid agency Oxfam Australia welcomes the incoming Coalition government and looks forward to working together on key issues to improve the lives of some of the most vulnerable people – both here in Australia and overseas. Oxfam Australia Chief Executive Dr Helen Szoke is available for comment on federal election issues relevant to Oxfam’s […]
7 Aug 2013 by Oxfam Australia Media
CLIMATE politics may have been back in the headlines recently, but have we forgotten why we cared so much about cutting carbon pollution in the first place?
6 Aug 2013 by Oxfam Australia Media
IT’S week one of the formal election campaign, and all parties are in full swing outlining why they deserve our vote.
The amount of money Australia gives in overseas aid won’t be a defining issue of this election. Indeed, on Friday, the Federal Government yet again treated the aid budget like an ATM, announcing it would strip foreign aid to pay for its refugee deal with Papua New Guinea.
2 Aug 2013 by Oxfam Australia Media
International aid agency Oxfam Australia says the Federal Government’s decision to yet again strip money from the overseas aid budget will have a devastating impact on the world’s poorest people.