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Burkina Faso: 1,9 million de personnes ont besoin d’eau en urgence, selon Oxfam

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What do we do with billionaires?! How did women lead freedom struggles? Who shaped the economic ideas of our time? Check out Oxfam's fun new podcast @EqualsHope . We chat to awesome thinkers & politicians about all this & more! Tune in👉🏽 ✊🏿✊🏽✊🏼

Oxfam welcomes the new South Sudan unity government, but this is only the first step. More needs to end the suffering of 7.5 m in dire need of humanitarian assistance and to bring lasting peace. Our Oxfam's reaction

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30 out of 69 global conflicts are in Africa. This will remain the case until we hear the voices and needs of over half of the population, says @aminaa_hersi  our Oxfam Humanitarian Campaigns Lead. #SheMatters  @IMatterCampaign  #silencingtheguns 

"The OECD-led global tax rewrite is a real opportunity to crack down on corporate tax dodging and tax havens.” Tax policy expert at Oxfam@JohanLangerock  on attempts by US & other countries to water down historic tax reforms ahead of #G20SaudiArabia . 👉

Before G-20 Meeting, Oxfam Calls For Ambitious Minimum Tax

| Zimbabwe looks to slash farm sizes in bid to improve productivity: According to Care International and OXFAM, about 5.8 million Zimbabweans are facing severe levels of food insecurity.

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Despite the newly agreed government, the scale of hunger in South Sudan is still immense. Approx 6m people are facing severe hunger. See our Oxfam's reaction to the recently published IPC report

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#BurkinaFaso crisis: 1.9 million people need vital access to water. Oxfam wants to immediately set up: 💧107 water points 💧 hygiene measures for 287,000 people. Let's mobilize for Burkina Faso. #lwili  👉🏼👉🏽👉🏾👉🏿

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ECONOMICS: The world’s richest 2,153 people control more wealth than the world's poorest 4.6 billion combined (Oxfam)

ECONOMICS: The world’s richest 2,153 people control more wealth than the world's poorest 4.6 billion combined (Oxfam)

One Oxfam shop has received so many donations of 50 Shades of Grey that they've managed to build a fort

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Billionaires in 2017 increased their wealth by $762 billion, enough to end "global extreme poverty seven times over," according to Oxfam's annual inequality report.

The world's 26 richest people own the same wealth as half of humanity, Oxfam says

The world's billionaires are growing $2.5 billion richer every day, and the 26 richest are as wealthy as the 3.8 billion poorest people combined, according to a new Oxfam International report

World's 26 richest people own as much as poorest 50%, says Oxfam A 1% wealth tax would raise an estimated $418bn (£325bn) a year – enough to educate every child not in school and provide healthcare that would prevent 3 million deaths.

There’s absolutely nothing Oxfam’s management could do from this point that could make things wor-

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This is incredible. Oxfam, an int'l aid org, will assist Puerto Rico after calling U.S. response "inadequate".

The nonprofit Oxfam will take rare step of intervening in an American disaster, citing poor response to Puerto Rico

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