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'Promised You a Miracle' music video draws attention to the hundreds of thousands of women still dying from avoidable complications in childbirth and pregnancy.

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When aid is used to support developing country budgets, provided long-term and without unecessary strings attached, governments in developing countries can make effective plans to help the poorest people in their country.

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Aid makes a real difference to the lives of the poorest people around the world. It is a vital way to help to lift millions of people out of poverty. This short animation explains why.

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A Haitian is repairing a roof damaged by the earthquake on 12 January 2010, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Credit: Caroline Gluck/Oxfam

Ahead of a crucial conference on Haiti's reconstruction in New York, the people of Haiti say they want jobs to be their path toward rebuilding, an Oxfam survey reveals. Haitians' most pressing needs are jobs, schools and homes.

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On March 12th, 2010, film students from Haiti's only film school Cine Institute in Jacmel, in partnership with Oxfam and FilmAid, asked Haitians about their priorities for rebuilding their country: jobs, schools and homes.

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The W8 have one message and one voice: Universal access to free health and education is the most effective way to reach the Millennium Development Goals

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Elba Rivera-Urbina of the W8. Credit: German Antonia Miranda

In March 2010, members of the W8 travelled to Canada and EU member states to bring the voice of their communities to the attention of world leaders.

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Children on their way to school, Nicaragua, February 2008. Credit: Katie Malouf/Oxfam

A new report published by Oxfam today said the future of 72 million children currently out of school depended on a fundamental shift in the way education is funded globally.

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