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Oxfam - Cambodia - Indigenous Peoples - Land Rights

Learn how Oxfam and partners are supporting communities of indigenous peoples in Cambodia to protect their forest & land resources and claim their rights to these natural resources for their sustainable livelihoods....

Oxfam in Asia - TROSA Water Governance - River Youth Camp

Oxfam, through the TROSA Programme, promotes regional collaboration among South Asia's youth groups to strengthen cooperation on water management in transboundary waters....

Indonesia Sunda Strait Tsunami Aftermath

A devastating tsunami struck the islands in Indonesia’s Sunda Strait has reportedly killed 430 people, injured hundreds more and displaced more than 11,000 from their homes....

Bangladesh - Rohingya Crisis - Refugee Children Enjoy Rare Moment of Laughter

Hundreds of Rohingya children enjoyed a rare moment of laughter as they watched a play designed to teach them how to keep clean and stay healthy in Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh.

Nguyen Thi Khanh - 2018 Goldman Environmental Prize winner

The winner of the 2018 Goldman Environmental Prize winner told Oxfam that as the challenges faced by the Mekong are becoming more apparent its citizens are rising to the occasion, becoming more knowledgeable and empowered than ever before.

Oxfam Asia - Sulawesi Earthquake and Tsunami Response

Oxfam is expanding its response to support 500,000 people after the Indonesian Government announced that more than two million people may be affected by the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi

women leader, water governance, Salween River

But despite these challenges, Daw Aye didn’t give up. She did her best to ignore the abuse and focused instead on helping others in her community.

When she connected with KMF in 2014, things really started to turn around.

Oxfam partners with KMF in Myanmar to implement the Water...

Oxfam in Asia - Op-ed - AMCDRR 2018

To protect the future of Asia, leaders attending the 8th Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (AMCDRR) in Mongolia this week should strengthen the ability of local organizations and communities to deal with disasters, invest in social safety...

Oxfam in Asia - Mekong Water Governance - Less Fishes to Catch in Srepok River

The recent drop in the fish catch in Srepok river, a major tributary of the Mekong river, causes struggle to the livelihoods of fisherfolk in Lumphat village of Ratanakiri, Cambodia. Oxfam works with local partners to help communities, share knowledge, and provide opportunities...