A million refugees urgently need shelter, food and water
It takes a lot of dedication, patience and attention to details to make sure that latrines are looked after in Dadaab, the world's largest refugee complex. Agnes Mandela, Oxfam Hygiene Promotion Assistant explains.
Oxfam has airlifted 47 tons of vital water supply and hygiene materials to Somalia's capital Mogadishu, as we scale up our humanitarian response to the East Africa food crisis.
This how much hard work goes into making sure that refugees across Dadaab, Kenya have easier access to water.
Oxfam Humanitarian Press Officer Anna Ridout reports on the ongoing East Africa food crisis from the Dadaab refugee complex, in northeastern Kenya. Oxfam is working in Dadaab, laying pipelines and trucking in clean water for residents of the refugee complex.
Oxfam asked over 16,000 people and public figures in 17 countries about their food favorites and experiences. This video gives a snapshot into what we found.
Jeremy Hobbs, Oxfam International Executive Director, reports on the desperate situation in the East Africa food crisis, in particular at the Dadaab refugee camp, where more than 380,000 people are in need of assistance.
Oxfam's Alun McDonald reports from Kenya on the growing needs in East Africa, as Oxfam calls on governments to turn all pledges into concrete commitments.
Mary Robinson, Oxfam International's Honorary President, visited the Dadaab refugee camp: "I hope my visit can highlight this injustice, increase awareness of the impacts of climate change and encourage the international community to respond."
Kristin describes her recent visit to Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya, where she saw the devastating impact of drought. "I've really never seen anything like it."
Oxfam's Alun McDonald reports on the desparate situation for thousands of people arriving across the border from Somalia to the Dadaab refugee camp, in Kenya, and explains the causes of the current food crisis.