They spit, they bite, and they’re bad tempered - but camels don’t deserve their bad reputation! In harsh conditions there’s no better means of transport, plus they provide nutritious milk and even dung for fuel and fertiliser. Just visit the Oxfam Unwrapped website for more details.
Changing attitudes is the first vital step in ending violence against women. Oxfam ‘change makers’ are working hard to influence groups, communities, and societies all over the world. Click here for Oxfam charity gifts
African children are the future of the continent. Their education is key to future economic growth and lasting democracy, leading to greater stability and improved standards of living. The current state of education in Africa, however, is plagued by a lack of funds, teachers, textbooks, and equipment. Click here for Oxfam charity gifts
Young people continue to bear the brunt of the global HIV/AIDS epidemic, with youth under age 25 accounting for more than half of all new HIV infections each year. Those between the ages of 15-24 are particularly hard hit, especially girls and young women who comprise the majority of young people living with the disease. Click here to find Oxfam charity gifts on the Oxfam website
Dirty water kills. More than 25,000 people die every day because of water-borne disease. With water filters, tap stands and tanks to supply water to 1,000 people a day, we have the solution that saves lives. Give the gift of safe water. Click here to vist the Oxfam Unwrapped Gift Collection