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E.g., 10/22/2021
E.g., 10/22/2021
Displaced women arrive at Pibor town after fleeing intercommunal violence in Verteth. Photo by Dominic Kango

Juba, South Sudan, May 21, 2021 - Oxfam in South Sudan voices its concerns over the recent inter-communal violence reported in Greater Pibor Administrative (GPAA) that is causing heightened tensions and displacements of vulnerable populations and restriction on the movement of...

Oxfam security focal point in Pibor warning the driver and staff about the dangerous road and insecurity ahead of the distribution centre.  Photo: Dominic Kango Oxfam

Reacting to the increasing threats and incidents of aggression against aid workers across South Sudan, Juliet Moriku Balikowa, Oxfam South Sudan Deputy Country Director said:

“As Oxfam, we are concerned particularly as we celebrate International Labor Day that aid workers continue to be...

Young school girl helps her mother fetch water  during lock-down in Lankien. Photo by Dominic Kango

As we celebrate the women in our lives, the women in South Sudan have done so much that they really need to be celebrated. They are the architect of the current Revitalised Peace Agreement that shows a roadmap to reform in South Sudan. Oxfam in line with the global theme #choose to challenge...

Ethiopia, Dedevit village, Tigray. Photo by Petterik Wiggers / Panos for Oxfam America

The conflict in Tigray compounded by climate-fuelled locust infestations and coronavirus has left millions of people in desperate need of humanitarian aid yet access to those affected continues to be restricted, warned Oxfam today.

Recent Oxfam assessments in South and West Tigray, as...

Photo by Abdiaziz Adani/Oxfam

Over 50 million people are in need of immediate food assistance in the Horn East and Central Africa, with numbers expected to rise as the region braces for harsh, climate fuelled La Niña conditions, said...

Women collecting food at the food drop zone in Lankien, South Sudan. Photo by Dominic Kango/Oxfam

Women collecting food at the food drop zone in Lankien, South Sudan. Photo by Dominic Kango/Oxfam

As the world celebrates the International Day of Peace today, Oxfam reiterates commitment to support the people of South Sudan to achieve peace and prosperity in their...

Refugees in Bunia, Ituri Province in DRC. Photo by John Wessels / Oxfam

New York, August 19, 2020 - Around the world, refugee-led organizations are taking critical action to prevent the catastrophic impacts of COVID-19 for refugees and host communities.
Despite doing this vital work, refugee-led organizations are desperately underfunded, and face...

Francoise* (47), collects her first bag of dried food in Bunia, DRC. Photo by John Wessels / Oxfam

Horn, East and Central Africa’s debt payments compound the hunger crisis for millions

In a new briefing published today, Oxfam warns that hunger linked to COVID-19 could kill as many as 12,000 people a day by the end of the year, potentially claiming more...

Photo by Kieran Doherty/Oxfam

We welcome the appointment of eight state governors after delay, negotiations and eventually compromise by the parties to the 2018 revitalized peace agreement. These long-awaited appointments are an important step towards implementing the peace agreement and steering the country towards peace....

IDP Camp, Bunia General Hospital, Democratic Republic of Congo. Photo by John Wessels/Oxfam

People seeking safety are trapped at borders across Eastern Africa due to COVID-19 measures

A coalition of international, national, and refugee-led organizations in the Horn, East and Central Africa (HECA) have today called on governments in the region to reopen borders for...

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