Millions of Syrians urgently need humanitarian assistance. A new report finds that aid is failing to keep pace with the crisis.
Women like Elizabeth Rojas, above, are at the heart of an effort to defend public health and the environment in La Oroya, Peru, a city that’s been called one of the most polluted places on earth. While legislators and CEOs debate whether or not to reopen the Doe Run Peru lead smelter in La Oroya, […]
In Pakistan's Swat Valley, Oxfam's winter survival kits help vulnerable families stay warm--and give displaced flood survivors an opportunity to earn an income.
After centuries of discrimination and a decade of legal work supported by Oxfam, the indigenous Chiquitano of eastern Bolivia people now have legal title to their ancestral territory, Monte Verde.