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WATCH: Oxfam and @SavetheChildren  have released the "Dangerous Delay 2" highlighting the hunger crisis in East Africa. READ:

Oxfam and @SavetheChildren  are launching the "Dangerous Delay 2" report on Wednesday 18th May 2022 at 13:30 GMT. The report highlights the hunger crisis in East Africa. Stay tuned. #NoMoreDelays 

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Over a decade since the 2011 famine killed more than 260K people in Somalia; another famine is looming in East Africa. A report by Oxfam and @SavetheChildren  finds that despite all the warnings the global system is still acting too late: #NoMoreDelays 

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#Opinion | The Oxfam report shows that the bottom 50% of the Indian population’s income has come down to 13.1% of the total from 20% in 1991. (✍️ Satya Mohanty)

Michelle Farrington, Hygiene & Sanitation Promotion in Poland discusses Oxfam’s Response. At the moment Oxfam is providing basic water & sanitation facilities & hygiene items that people can take while traveling on to their final destinations. Donate here:

Paul Wyman was working as a volunteer at the Oxfam store when he came across the nearly 100-year-old banknote in a donation box.

The scale of the East African Drought crisis is crippling coping mechanisms. We cannot afford to act too late. Oxfam & partners are currently ramping up efforts and to provide people with lifesaving aid & we need your support. Donate today:

Poverty and Extreme Inequality Worsen in Southern Africa As... @oxfam : #SouthernAfrica 

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#MaritalRape Row | Women subordination is the root cause of gender inequality: @Amita_Pitre , Gender Justice, Oxfam IndiaWatch#PlainSpeak  with @ridhimb 

39 millions Africans have been driven into extreme poverty by COVID-19. Austerity cannot be an answer to the plight of poor and vulnerable millions. Read new Oxfam report: #AfricaInequalityCrisis 

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The richest 1% may emit 30 times more CO2 emissions than the poorest 50% - @Oxfam  via Deutsche Bank

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Billionaires added $5 trillion to their fortunes during the pandemic, according to Oxfam, exacerbating economic inequality as the pandemic pushed millions of people around the world into poverty

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.

"There is one rule for the rich, and one rule for ordinary people, we've got a situation where the richest people on earth are paying lower taxes than a nurse or cleaner" Max Lawson, from Oxfam International, reacts to findings of the Pandora Papers

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.

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

New Oxfam report: richest 62 people have same wealth as poorest 3.6 bn #inequality  #EvenItUp 

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The 62 richest people have as much wealth as half the world, according to Oxfam International.

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