Oxfam in Vietnam

Oxfam in Vietnam Go Live event in Hanoi. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
On June 14, 2016 Oxfam in Vietnam held a launch event to mark the commencement of One Oxfam, which unites all the affiliates in the country under one single structure and one program.
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Oxfam in Vietnam staff photo. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
April 1st 2016 marked a turning point for Oxfam in Vietnam with a warm and meaningful internal Go Live Event. Oxfam’s Go Live means the commencement of One Oxfam which unites all the affiliates in the country under one single structure and one program. Our Vietnam team spent two days to learn...
Vietnamese youth at an LGBTI workshop in Hanoi. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
Rights and voice are a common theme of all Oxfam programme and advocacy work. Our active citizenship projects aim to empower everyday citizens to understand and defend their rights.
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Rural women participate in a consultation in Hoa Binh province. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
Our good governance projects focuse on ensuring all citizens have access to information and feel confident about raising their voices. We work to ensure they have opportunities to influence decisions about their lives.
Factory worker makes noodles. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
Rights and voice are a common theme of all Oxfam work. We support formal and informal social networks to advance their agendas, promoting collective action of people living in poverty and confronting inequalities and injustices.
A farmer at work in Hoa Binh province. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
Even it up: Oxfam’s campaign to tackle extreme inequality. Oxfam launched its global Even it up campaign in October 2014 and made global headlines on the issue of inequality at the last two World Economic Forums. Oxfam continues to present the case that extreme inequality is one of the defining...
Farrners harvest green as part of GROW Vietnam. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
Oxfam launched its global GROW campaign in 2011 to tackle the pervasive injustices in the global food system. This means that almost 800 million people worldwide do not have enough food to eat. The campaign recognises that a host of factors such as climate change, land acquisitions, food price...
Rice paddies in northern Vietnam. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
Oxfam in Vietnam seeks to end poverty, inequality and injustice for everyone.

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