By supporting Oxfam, you’ve helped to change the world.
Together between 2015–2016, we responded to emergencies, gave food and water to communities, empowered women, gave people a voice and saved lives.
In India, more than 390,000 men, women, boys and girls have been educated about violence against women and girls and encouraged to take action to prevent it.
500,000 people received food, water, shelter, toilets and hygiene kits in the first 12 months after the Nepal earthquake.
In South Africa, 6,083 people were provided toilets and 9,856 people received access to safe hand-washing facilities to prevent disease.
25,000 people rebuilt their lives one year on from Tropical Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu.
Almost 75,000 people in Papua New Guinea have received training and support to help survive the drought conditions, including seedlings, jerry cans, soap, food and improved water supply systems.
Oxfam delivers long-term, life-changing solutions — ones that can save lives and make a real difference to people living in poverty. But our work relies heavily on your support.
With your help, we can make an even bigger difference. Thank you for your support.