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When Idai hit Buzi district, Maria Rosa Varela (56) survived with her relatives thanks to prompt action by local authorities in partnership with AJOAGO, a national humanitarian organization. Credit: Credit:Micas Mondlane/Oxfam
As world leaders gather in New York this week for the Climate Action Summit, Oxfam partner Jose Mucote decided to come all the way from Mozambique to share his experiences as a first responder to the devastating Cyclone Idai earlier this year, a cyclone that is a true witness of a climate crisis we can no longer ignore.
Geraldina junto a la mina de alquitrán a las afueras de la ciudad de Florencia. Foto: Pablo Tosco/Oxfam
Women defenders are at the forefront in the peaceful fight against climate change, for the preservation of ecosystems and the protection of human rights. They face terror campaigns that seek to silence their voices on a daily basis. Meanwhile, governments and companies do not act to guarantee their safety and address the root causes of these aggressions.
Yahya* lives in one room with his family and all their possessions. They need to walk for two hours to reach water wells, which are often contaminated by cholera. Photo: Gabreez/Oxfam

Almost four years of devastating conflict have plunged Yemen into one of the world's gravest humanitarian crises. The country is on the brink of famine and is also now suffering the largest ever outbreak of cholera since records began. We are delivering emergency aid but we urgently need your help to do more.

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Photo: Campaigners in the Philippines push for food security. Credit: Vin Aranas/GRAISEA2 PMU

One year ago, Oxfam launched the Behind the Price campaign to end the human suffering behind our food. With your support, the campaign has already achieved some big wins!

Seafood worker. Photo: Adrian Mulya/TheSustainable Seafood Alliance Indonesia

Last year, Oxfam launched a campaign to get 16 major supermarkets to take responsibility for ending human suffering in their food supply chains. A year later, here's their report card.