Oxfam works to sustainably improve lives through advocacy, disaster relief, education, health, sanitation and women's rights.
Oxfam’s school lunch programs keep children nourished and encourage them to stay enrolled in school. A $100 donation to Oxfam could provide school lunches for two children for an entire year.
To date, Oxfam has provided 32,000 gender-specific emergency care kits to women affected by the 2015 Nepal earthquake. These kits include sanitary supplies and help keep displaced women safe and healthy.
As a global leader in international development work for more than half a century, Oxfam works to combat the underlying social and economic inequalities that cause hunger, malnutrition, and food shortages.
Since the 2015 Nepal earthquake, Oxfam has been actively working to provide 60,000 displaced people with access to clean water and emergency toilets across seven regions.
When disaster strikes, children from affected regions often find it difficult or dangerous to continue attending school. Oxfam rebuilds infrastructure, so that children can return to school quickly and continue their educations.