1 December 2010
In response to the European Union’s report announced at Cancun on Fast Start Financing, Oxfam’s climate policy adviser Tracy Carty, said:“The EU’s report underlines how the adaptation gap must be...
30 November 2010
Reacting to Japan’s statement that it would not ratify a second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol, Tim Gore, Climate Advisor for Oxfam said:“Japan risks cutting one of the world’s lifelines in...
17 November 2010
Over the weekend Oxfam began chlorinating water for 300,000 people in a slum area of Cap Haitien. Recent violence spread across the city and Oxfam had to stop those activities. Other activities that...
17 November 2010
Claims today have surfaced that Europe will fall €200 million short of its previous pledge to raise €2.4bn to help poor countries cope with climate change in 2010, and by as much as €357 million over...
16 November 2010
PORT-AU-PRINCE - International agency Oxfam has doubled its cholera response since the first cases were confirmed in October in Haiti. Oxfam's water, sanitation and hygiene education programs are now...
12 November 2010
About Financial Transaction Tax (FTT) and innovative financing for development   Luc Lampriere of Oxfam International said: “We are pleased that France, as the next G20 chair, has been mandated...
11 November 2010
Reacting to business leaders’ proposals on climate change, Jeremy Hobbs, Executive Director of Oxfam International said: “Unlike the G20, the B20 get the urgency of climate change. If we all are to...
5 November 2010
The International Monetary Fund has announced that its Executive Board has approved a package of governance reforms intended to give emerging economies a bigger say in the institution.Oxfam...
26 October 2010
Oxfam’s Water and Sanitation advisor Raphael Mutiku said:“Medical care and hospitals are well set up and we’re really getting a foothold against this disease. There is still a huge amount of work to...
24 October 2010
Oxfam's health advisor Raphael Mutiku said:  "We are obviously concerned about the spread of cholera to Port-au-Prince. However, earthquake victims living in and around the capital...