Oxfam and our partners are assisting some of Puerto Rico’s most vulnerable communities to restore and improve their water systems—and to be sure that women have a strong voice in the way things work.
After Hurricane María struck Puerto Rico, and families struggled to endure without power or water for months, women shouldered more of the burden.
As Hurricane Florence barrels toward the Southeastern coast of the US, more than a million people are under mandatory evacuation orders. Oxfam is closely monitoring the path and impact of Florence, and will be making a determination about where resources could make the most helpful impact for those affected.
A new index from Oxfam assesses labor laws and worker protections in all states in the country. The rankings are intriguing, and sometimes surprising.
How we are delivering against our 10-point action plan to improve our safeguarding practices and policies and help rebuild our culture
Whole Foods was acquired by Amazon just over a year ago, and starting this summer, Amazon Prime members nationwide began taking advantage of special deals at Whole Foods. With Amazon Prime Day coming up, here are some tips to help you make better food shopping decisions on one of the biggest shopping events of the year.
Poverty endures in the US, trapping millions of people without hope of mobility for themselves or their children. Oxfam exposes the injustice of poverty in such a wealthy nation, and offers pragmatic solutions to chronic problems.