Dawn Li
Dawn Li Deputy China Programme Director dawn@oxfam.org.hk
Jennifer CHAN
Jennifer CHAN mychen@oxfam.org.hk

Description

ABOUT OXFAM

Oxfam is an international confederation of 21 affiliates, with an aim to work together for greater impact on the international stage to reduce poverty and injustice. Oxfam works together with partners and local communities in more than 70 countries/regions around the world to combat poverty and provide relief support. The organisation implements long-term development programmes in vulnerable communities while being part of a global movement, campaigning with others to end unfair trade rules, demand better health and education services for all, and to combat climate change.

ABOUT OXFAM HONG KONG

Oxfam Hong Kong dates back to 1976 when volunteers joined hands to open a shop for second-hand goods in Hong Kong and raise funds for anti-poverty projects around the world. Some of OHK first initiatives in the 1970s and 80s were to advocate for justice for Vietnamese refugees who fled to Hong Kong during the Vietnam War, and to help save lives in Ethiopia during the 1984 famine.

In addition to implementing humanitarian responses, OHK prioritizes introducing and contextualizing universally recognized standards, such as the Sphere standards, in China; with our partnership with local authorities, NGOs, and other relevant actors. In the past two decades, OHK has played a leadership role in communication, dissemination and localization of international humanitarian standards and best practices in China, especially on WASH and CASH Programming.

 

Workplan

OHK-Sphere-Workplan-Apr-2023-to-Mar-2024-updated-20230616.pdf

Workplan might be outdated.

Events & Training

There are no events.

Resources

There are no resources.

Dawn Li
Dawn Li Deputy China Programme Director dawn@oxfam.org.hk
Jennifer CHAN
Jennifer CHAN mychen@oxfam.org.hk

Description

ABOUT OXFAM

Oxfam is an international confederation of 21 affiliates, with an aim to work together for greater impact on the international stage to reduce poverty and injustice. Oxfam works together with partners and local communities in more than 70 countries/regions around the world to combat poverty and provide relief support. The organisation implements long-term development programmes in vulnerable communities while being part of a global movement, campaigning with others to end unfair trade rules, demand better health and education services for all, and to combat climate change.

ABOUT OXFAM HONG KONG

Oxfam Hong Kong dates back to 1976 when volunteers joined hands to open a shop for second-hand goods in Hong Kong and raise funds for anti-poverty projects around the world. Some of OHK first initiatives in the 1970s and 80s were to advocate for justice for Vietnamese refugees who fled to Hong Kong during the Vietnam War, and to help save lives in Ethiopia during the 1984 famine.

In addition to implementing humanitarian responses, OHK prioritizes introducing and contextualizing universally recognized standards, such as the Sphere standards, in China; with our partnership with local authorities, NGOs, and other relevant actors. In the past two decades, OHK has played a leadership role in communication, dissemination and localization of international humanitarian standards and best practices in China, especially on WASH and CASH Programming.

 

Workplan

OHK-Sphere-Workplan-Apr-2023-to-Mar-2024-updated-20230616.pdf

Workplan might be outdated.

Events & Training

There are no events.

Resources

There are no resources.