Save lives

Oxfam works with local organizations and governments to save lives in emergencies and reduce future disaster risks. A key focus: help local partners strengthen their skills as first responders and as advocates for a more secure future. You can help.

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Southern Africa Cyclones

Two successive cyclones hit southern Africa within 6 weeks of each other, and Oxfam is responding with clean water, sanitation, and hygiene support to avert cholera and other water-borne diseases.

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Puerto Rico: Hurricane Maria

When Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, the storm exposed deep veins of poverty, and left the island in a fragile state. Oxfam is helping to build back stronger.

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Global refugee crisis

Millions of refugees – many of them children – are seeking security in other Middle East countries and beyond. Oxfam is helping people get the essential supplies they need and working to provide clean water and sanitation to protect public health.

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Yemen crisis

Yemen is facing the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. More than three years of fighting have caused an economic collapse and a severe cholera epidemic that endanger millions of people.

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Locally led disaster response

Oxfam is responding to major emergencies around the world, and we are also helping lead a movement to shift more power, skills, and funds into the hands of local humanitarians.

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Saving lives 24/7


Some disasters can’t be prevented—or imagined in advance. But as soon as they strike, Oxfam needs to be ready to respond. Lives depend on it.

Your gift to Oxfam’s Saving Lives 24/7 Fund will go directly toward our emergency work, present and future, so that when crises erupt, we're ready to spring into action.

Stories & updates

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Extending a beacon of hope to all who seek refuge

Liberty for whom? In honor of Independence Day, we brought together a diverse group of refugees, Temporary Protected Status holders, asylum seekers, and immigrants to recite “The New Colossus,” the poem at the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty.

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