Oxfam is a global movement of people, working together to end the injustice of poverty.
Oxfam speak out against the big issues that keep people poor, like inequality, discrimination against women, and climate change. They won't stop until every person on the planet can live without poverty.
Oxfam has already received over £16 Million thanks to players of People's Postcode Lottery.
One of the ways funds are helping make the world a better place is through Oxfam's Women's Rights Fund. It's developing community-led solutions addressing women's rights including the gap in mental health support for women and girls.
This means survivors of abuse, women suffering from mental trauma and those faced with social stigma surrounding severe diseases such as cancer get the support they need without worrying about funding restrictions.
All of it is moving them closer to creating a kinder and fairer world. Watch 'New Year Revolution' on YouTube (opens in new tab) to see what some people are promising to do to help make this happen.
Oxfam's Humanitarian Response To The Ukraine Crisis
Oxfam is active in Poland, Romania, and Moldova - neighbouring countries taking in millions of refugees from war in Ukraine. Their response is putting vital, life-saving support in place for the most vulnerable communities. This included installing hygiene facilities to prevent the spread of water-borne disease, providing toilets and showers that are accessible for people with disabilities, as well as hand washing stations in reception centres across Poland.
In Moldova, they've also provided emergency food parcels. Oxfam's partners in Romania are focusing particularly on vulnerable groups and minorities, including Roma communities, LGBTQI+ people and women travelling with young children.
Find out more about how Oxfam's partnership approach works:
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