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he Road to Rubaya is a portrait of the people who transport goods along a dirt road in North Kivu to Rubaya.

Displacement in eastern DRC: a never ending story

The number of refugees around the world is increasingly making headlines, but what of the plight of the 38 million displaced people who have fled to another part of their own country? Jose Barahona,...

July 2012, thousands of people seeking refuge in Kibati, Nyiragongo territory, on the outskirts of Goma, eastern DRC. Credit: Oxfam

Going back to Goma

We recently published our latest annual protection report from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Here Edmund Cairns, Oxfam's senior policy adviser on humanitarian affairs, sets...

Melut, South Sudan. May, 2014 (Credit: Kieran Doherty/ Oxfam)

Attention-deficit: is aid failing fragile states?

Oxfam is one of the world's leading providers of humanitarian aid in emergencies. In 2014, it supported around 5.5 million people in crisis. Here, Laura Searle talks about why we have compiled...

An armored personnel carrier drives past the wreckage of a UN vehicle that was hit the previous year in an ambush by the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) rebel militia. Copyright: UN Photo

More harm than good? UN's Islands of Stability in DRC

As the UN renews the mandate for its peacekeeeping mission in DRC, Oxfam's protection adviser Hannah Cooper questions the mission's 'Islands of Stability' approach and calls for the...

Former girl soldier at a transition and rehabilitation centre in DRC, Caroline Irby/Oxfam

Is a woman's place on the battlefield?

Editor Caroline Sweetman introduces the latest issue of the Gender & Development journal, which looks at gender, conflict and violence through the lens of feminism.  ...

People in eastern Congo forced to fund the war that destroys their lives, says Oxfam

Communities in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo are being preyed on mercilessly by rebel groups and local militias, as well as their own government's troops and officials, in a vicious...