Tagged: natural disasters

Press Release
Oxfam Hong Kong China Unit Director, Howard Liu distributed packed milk to villagers in Xiushui town, one of the quake zones in Sichuan. Credit: Keith Wong/Oxfam

Although there has been significant improvement in people’s livelihoods, and good work has been done to reduce the risks and impacts of future natural disasters, Oxfam calls for more support for the poorest people who survived.

Emergency
People evacuating by boat after monsoon rains. Credit: Oxfam

Oxfam and our local partners are responding to the devastating floods that have uprooted millions of people from their homes in the eastern Indian state of Bihar.

Campaign article
Indonesia, after the Tsunami of December 2004. Credit: Jim Holmes/Oxfam

We aim to reduce the number of people who die, fall sick or suffer deprivation as a result of conflict or natural disaster. Find out how conflict and disasters can often be avoided.

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