A million refugees urgently need shelter, food and water
Paul Neal, Oxfam team leader of the shelter program in Haiti, talks about how young people are being given cash for work to put together shelter materials for those affected by the 12 January earthquake.
The Haitian people have begun tackling the hard work of recovery. Many are eager to contribute, looking for opportunities to earn money and to meet people's basic needs. Oxfam is employing people affected by the Haiti quake.
Oxfam has started to employ people affected by Haitis earthquake to clean up their makeshift camps and improve their living conditions. This cash-for-work effort will expand across the nine sites serving 80,000 people where Oxfam has recently installed clean water and latrines.
Oxfam is responding to the biggest earthquake for 200 years in Haiti. We've flown in more than 60 tons of emergency supplies and equipment, and we're reaching more and more people each day.
Oxfam's Haiti Country Director, Yolette Etienne, talks to Channel 4's Jon Snow about Oxfam's staff response to the earthquake, the situation in Haiti and the personal impacts of the earthquake.
A major earthquake has struck Haiti on Tuesday 12 January, causing catastrophic destruction. Oxfam has an emergency team based in the capital responding with public health, water and sanitation services.
In late July 2009, Oxfam documented the lives of three families in Gaza affected by the Israeli war and ongoing blockade.
With only one (official) day left of the climate talks in Copenhagen, Oxfam's Big Heads send a poignant message to world leaders reminding them that history will judge them.
It's the middle of the second week of negotiations at the climate change conference in Copenhagen and Oxfam is there to bring you all the latest news.
This is the first ever international climate hearing and it took place inside the conference centre at the UN climate talks in Copenhagen. Former Irish President and UN High Commissioner summerises the hearing and gives the official verdict.