Most wealthy countries are not contributing their fair share of aid in response to the Syria Refugee Crisis. We are calling for urgent and immediate action to deal with this deepening crisis. Is your country doing its fair share?
Thousands are fleeing to safety in Europe, including many Syrians, who will soon face a Balkans winter with few resources to cope. As we open a new humanitarian program in Serbia, we tell some of their stories.
One person in three in the world lives in poverty.
Oxfam is determined to change that world by mobilizing the power of people against poverty.
At the Annual Meetings of the World Bank and the IMF in Peru this week, moves to help combat inequality and climate change were announced, but G20 finance ministers failed to adequately address the skewed international tax system, said Oxfam today.
The international community is proving utterly inadequate in helping Syrians both inside and outside their country. Oxfam’s damning verdict is in a new report today Solidarity with Syrians that analyses the “fair shares” of rich and powerful countries to provide money, resettlement places for refugees and leadership to end the bloodshed.
The Committe on World Food Security (CFS) has taken an important step to agree on the way forward to address complex and protracted crises. The CFS should play a leading in role in ensuring that all relevant stakeholders come together in the next months and take action to fully implement the Framework for Action.