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Yemen Crisis

Slowly starved to death: escalating crisis in Yemen

Deadly clashes and air strikes in Yemen have forced millions of people to flee their homes and killed and injured thousands. Now Yemen is being slowly starved to death. Children and parents are at risk of catastrophic hunger and the country is just a few months away from running out of food.

92% public support in Northern Ireland for an end to corporate tax dodging

Our new Oxfam survey highlights the public's wishes for a new tax system. So we decided to create a tropical tax haven island right in the heart of the Belfast city, all to highlight the kind of scenario people want to avoid as a result of any change to Northern Ireland’s corporation tax rate.

Andrew Trimble meets refugees in Tanzania: ‘They’re focusing on making each day count’

Oxfam Ambassador, Ireland and Ulster Rugby player, Andrew Trimble writes this guest blog following his trip to Tanzania with Oxfam Ireland where he met with refugees and saw our work firsthand.

"We fled from our home... there were so many bodies on the streets."

There are currently over 3.2 million people displaced in Iraq, and even after their village or town has been recaptured from ISIS, families like Wafaa's aren't able to go home due to the level of destruction.

The horrors in Aleppo continue to mount

As battles rage in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, the situation is dire – and becoming increasingly intolerable for residents caught up in the ongoing conflict. 250,000 people are trapped in rebel-held East Aleppo with no access to aid and facing constant attacks from the air.

Hurricane Matthew hits hard in Haiti, Oxfam responds

Food, shelter and clean water are urgently needed in Haiti in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, which swept through the country on 4th October, destroying homes and infrastructure and killing hundreds of people.