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50% of those surveyed reported difficulties in accessing basic services

What does it feel like to be a refugee, forced to flee to an unfamiliar country and dependent on humanitarian assistance to survive? In order to improve our own service delivery and communication with refugees, Oxfam set out to better understand the ways in which Syrian refugees in Jordan experience the international humanitarian response.

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These photos give you insight in Oxfam's humanitarian response to the conflict in South Sudan, and a glimpse of what like is like for the people fleeing the violence.

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Internally displaced woman, Labado, S. Darfur. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah

The escalating violence that has gripped Darfur in recent weeks has forced over 100,000 civilians to flee their homes and villages. Oxfam has launched a response aimed at reaching more than 90,000 people with critical humanitarian aid.

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Abu Mustaffa and his grandchild in their tent, Jordan Valley. F. Muath/Oxfam

More than 65 per cent of refugees surveyed by Oxfam fear they may not be able to go back to Syria despite desperately wanting to return. There is an urgent need for Geneva peace process to be kick-started as well as improved response from donor countries to UN’s humanitarian appeal.

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Three months after Typhoon Haiyan hit, Oxfam has been able reach more than 547,000 people with emergency relief. This video gives a snapshot of our humanitarian response.

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Photo: Jane Beesley/Oxfam

The huge humanitarian response in the aftermath of November’s super typhoon saved thousands of lives but three months on, the poorest coconut farmers, traders and fisherpeople are being left out of the recovery effort.

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Food vouchers distribution in Kayes, Mali, July 2012. Photo: Simon Rawles/Oxfam

Ahead of the Sahel Appeal to be launched by the United Nations on the 3rd February 2014 in Rome, 11 humanitarian agencies warn that northern Mali is set to face another serious food crisis unless funds are rapidly mobilized.

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A busy area near Nyumanzi resettlement camp, Uganda. Photo: Dorah Ntunga/Oxfam

Fifty-five NGOs have been deeply alarmed at the scale of human suffering seen in the country in the past six weeks, and so welcome the recent signing in Addis Ababa of a cessation of hostilities agreement between the Government of South Sudan and the opposition forces.

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