What We Do
We are a global movement of people who fight inequality to end poverty and injustice.
Oxfam is a global movement of people who fight inequality to end poverty and injustice. We’re committed to ending poverty in the long-term, as well as addressing its devastating impacts right now. Together, we improve and save the lives of those hardest hit by poverty and injustice and campaign for a fairer, more sustainable world.
Oxfam Ireland is one of 21 Oxfams working together in 86 countries across the world. People living in poverty are hardest hit by conflict, disaster, hunger, sickness and the climate crisis.
The root cause of poverty is inequality - but it doesn’t have to be this way. We speak out against the inequalities that keep people poor, including unfair tax rules, the unequal distribution of wealth, discrimination against women and girls and how the worst impacts of the climate crisis are felt by the people least responsible for causing it. We ensure that the voices of people hardest hit by poverty and injustice are heard.
We help people build better lives for themselves and, when disaster strikes, we are there to save lives and help rebuild communities.
You can help. Join the movement to end poverty and inequality once and for all: volunteer,
donate, speak out or shop with us today.
Our Vision for 2030
We want a radically different world by 2030.
Where We Work
We’re one of 21 Oxfam organisations working together in 86 countries.
Accountable To You
We are committed to accountability and transparency.
Safeguarding In Action
Keeping people safe is a vital part of our work worldwide.
Oxfam Ireland's History
Learn about Oxfam Ireland and key dates.
Our Programme Partners
Our partners support our long-term development and humanitarian work.