Oxfam is providing clean drinking water and tarpaulin shelter sheets to 5,000 survivors as three devastating earthquakes hit Lombok Island in Indonesia this past week.
Have you ever wondered who catches and processes the seafood you buy in supermarkets? Three workers describe the low pay, the extreme hours, and the inhumane conditions that are far too common in this industry.
New time-bound action plans for implementation of its sustainability commitments are allowing a next stage of engagement with Oxfam.
The recent forest fires in Indonesia are a harsh reminder of all that still needs to be done to make companies’ zero deforestation commitments a reality.
A massive outpouring of support followed in the wake of the disaster, allowing Oxfam to help families recover and rebuild. “Positive things are happening here now,” says one survivor in Aceh.
The President’s trade envoy is opposing India’s effort to reduce hunger.