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Oxfam Mangkhut Aftermath - Damage to agriculture
Typhoon Mangkhut hit the Philippines on 15 September 2018. Clean water and shelter are urgently needed in the most affected areas. Oxfam and partners are sending clean water, jerry cans and are preparing to distribute tarpaulin shelters.
Ricefield turned into a river in Amulung, Cagayan September 15 2018 (Photo: Oxfam/April Ann Bulanadi)
Oxfam joined the Citizens' Disaster Response Center, and Cagayan Valley Disaster Response Center to provide on-site situational updates and conduct rapid needs assessments of areas impacted byTyphoon Mangkhut.
After Ompong landfall in Tuguegerao City. Photo: April Abello-Bulanadi/Oxfam Philippines
The joint assessment teams of Oxfam and its partner, Citizens’ Disaster Response Center (CDRC), witnessed the destructive force of Ompong, known internationally as Super Typhoon Mangkhut.
Oxfam and partner staff in the Philippines are preparing to respond to Super Typhoon Mangkhut as it barrels towards the north of the country.
Oxfam in Asia - Philippines - Womens Work? Challenging Gender Roles in the Philippines
Oxfam and Unilever, with its Surf laundry brand, have a partnership supporting the Women’s Empowerment and Care initiative (WE-Care) to challenge notions about unpaid care work, making it clear that care and domestic work, makes a valuable contribution to society and should be shared work, thus...
Oxfam in Asia - Philippines - A Climate of Difficult Choices
The international community has failed to deliver climate finance at the scale required for vulnerable countries like the Philippines to adapt to climate change. Urgent scale up and effective use of climate finance is required, targeted towards locally-led inclusive adaptation for the most...
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