This case study describes the struggle faced by poor communities in
highland Nepal to produce and buy sufficient food. It explores how Oxfam is working with local organizations to provide sustainable long-term and short-term responses to the problems of food insecurity and climate change in the region.

Today, the world produces enough to feed all seven billion of its inhabitants – but nearly a billion people still go without. This paper is about why this global scandal continues, and what can be done to solve it.

This report describes a new age of growing crisis: food price spikes and oil price hikes, devastating weather events, financial meltdowns, and global contagion. Behind each of these, slow-burn crises smoulder: creeping and insidious climate change, growing inequality, chronic hunger and vulnerability, the erosion of our natural resources.

As financing for climate change adaptation in developing countries begins to flow, it is essential that the governance of funding at the global and country level be shaped so that the needs of the most vulnerable can be met. The core issue is country-level ownership of adaptation finance.

This report examines the impact of the global financial crisis
on the budgets of low-income countries, especially their spending to
reach the Millennium Development Goals (MDG).

This Learning Companion aims to provide Oxfam programme staff with the basis for incorporating gender analysis and women

This report provides critical insights on the existing challenges to ensure children across the developing world get timely, affordable and appropriate access to vaccines, while ensuring that the unmet needs of poor children are met by the public and private sector in the coming years.

Climate change is fast pushing the poorest and most marginalized

The people of Tajikistan, a small, mountainous country in Central Asia, are experiencing the impacts of climate change. More frequent droughts and heightened extreme weather

This latest OXFAM report reviews the impact of climate change on Pakistan

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