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E.g., 04/08/2020
E.g., 04/08/2020
A research report, Agriculture Assessment , launched today by Oxfam reveals that lack of access to markets remains the biggest challenge for farmers in Timor-Leste. While 80% of the population rely on the agriculture sector in Timor-Leste, a strong agricultural sector can protect vulnerable...
Oxfam calls for a package of nearly $160 billion in immediate debt cancellation and aid to fund a Global Public Health Plan and Emergency Response, to help prevent millions of deaths as a result of the Coronavirus.
Oxfam urged the government of Timor-Leste to find a solution to the current political deadlock because people’s livelihoods are at stake, following the disapproval of the revised General State Budget for 2020 earlier in January.
Oxfam's response to the final communiqué of the COP25 climate talks in Madrid.
Oxfam's reaction to President of Timor-Leste Francisco Guterres Lú Olo’s recent comments on the “very urgent” need to diversify the economy.
Today, Oxfam in Timor-Leste releases its 2020 Budget Submission to the National Parliament which highlights communities concerns on agriculture, disability inclusion and land rights.
Oxfam in Asia - Press Release - South Asia Floods
Deadly floods and landslides have already killed 30 0 people and forced over 12 million more from their homes, as the disaster continues to rip through South Asia.
Oxfam in Asia - Press Release - ADB Annual Meetings Fiji 2019
While the threats and risks the Asia Pacific face from climate change are well known, the recent IPCC report tells us the worst is yet to come. We urge Asia Pacific leaders gathering at the ADB Meetings in Fiji to build a resilient, inclusive and climate-just Asia Pacific.
Urgent action needed for Asia's rice farmers
The Asian rice sector is in a deep crisis with worsening inequality and declining productivity according to a new report by Oxfam in Asia — ‘Unfair Harvest- State of Rice in Asia’.
Oxfam in Asia - Press Release - Biggest-ever waste treatment plant in a refugee camp
Oxfam has opened the largest human waste treatment plant ever built in a refugee camp, in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. The industrial-scale plant, funded by the UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, can process the waste of 150,000 people.
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