Oxfam Haiti relief fund

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Residents walk at an open camp area where they are staying at after the earthquake, from Oxfam

For those of you who haven't yet donated funds to help the people in Haiti, Oxfam is accepting them.

Oxfam is responding to the biggest earthquake in 200 years to Haiti. We have 200 staff on the ground in Haiti and are delivering water and sanitation supplies now.

We have flown in 10 tons of water, health and shelter equipment, and we are appealing for donations now.

Oxfam has a staff of approximately 200 people in Haiti, including a group of highly-experienced emergency specialists. This emergency team is supporting rescue efforts, assessing the damage, and responding with public health, water, and sanitation services to prevent the spread of waterborne disease.

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Oxfam is by far my favourite humanitarian organisation, they do amazing work and without any religious strings attached. I hope at some point in the future to do work for them.

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