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E.g., 09/26/2020
E.g., 09/26/2020
Oxfam’s reaction on the decision by IMF Executive Board to approve $14.3 Million Debt Relief to Tanzania
In reaction to yesterday's announcement by the IMF Executive Board to approve $14.3 Million Debt Relief to the United Republic of Tanzania Under the Catastrophe Containment and Relief Trust , Francis Shanty Odokorach, Oxfam in Tanzania Country Director, made the following statement: Oxfam welcomes...
Oxfam accelerates new strategic changes to its global operations
Aims to maximize impact, shift power south and adapt to financial impact of coronavirus Oxfam today announced that it is bringing forward a reorganization of its global operations as it implements its new strategic framework and adapts to the continuing financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic...
Tanzania like many other African countries is facing the worst health and economic test in decades amidst declining tax revenues, diminishing official development assistance, and rising debt obligations and costs. The slump in commodity prices and disruption of global supply chains, especially in...
Oxfam welcomes the decision by the G20 leaders to hold a virtual Extra- Ordinary Summit to respond to the health crisis and an economic recession triggered by Covid 19. The G20 leaders meeting today cannot afford to ignore calls for a debt moratorium for African countries in order to save lives now...
Oxfam provides water, sanitation, hygiene promotion and livelihoods services to the refugee population in Nduta and Nyarugusu camps in Kigoma Tanzania. Photo: Mary Mndeme/Oxfam
Health and shelter for Burundian refugees in Tanzania are poised to get worse in already overstretched camps, the aid agencies Oxfam, HelpAge International, Plan International, Save the Children, International Rescue Committee (IRC) and the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) warned today, if there is an...
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