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Oxfam Development Guidelines
These authoritative titles bring together theory and practice derived from Oxfam's experience of development and relief. They review current thinking on a range of analyses and approaches, and provide guidelines for planners, managers, and other professionals in NGOs and official agencies. They will also be of interest to students and academics.
Oxfam Development Casebooks
This new series provides detailed case studies of individual Oxfam-supported projects and programmes. Each of these lively and accessible books draws on the views of Oxfam staff, counterpart organizations, and local communities to analyse successes and failures and to identify learning points for the future.
This series will be of particular interest to policy makers and opinion-formers. It presents evidence to support the advocacy work of Oxfam UK and I relend on behalf of poor communities. Clear, concise, and rigorous, each book includes policy recommendations and is intended for readers with some prior knowledge of the subject.
Oxfam Country Profiles
Each highly illustrated Country Profile gives a basic introduction to the history, society, culture, politics, economy, and environment of the country in question. They provide vivid insights into the real lives of ordinary people and the major development issues that affect them.
Oxfam Basic Guides
These practical books will be of real value to practitioners working in development and relief Simply and clearly written, they offer practical advice based on Oxfam's experience of working in over 70 countries around the world
Oxfam Working Papers
As part of its commitment to sharing experience and contributing to debate, Oxfam publishes papers which describe innovative research projects, evaluate particularly interesting projects or programmes, or report the proceedings of workshops and seminars.
Practical Health Guides
The books in this series consolidate and share learning, encourage good practice, and provide practical guidance for those working on health issues in developing countries.
Development in Practice Readers
Each Development in Practice Reader offers a selection of articles to promote debate on a theme of current concern. These papers have been chosen from Development in Practice - an international journal concerned with the social dimensions of development and relief work, with contributions from field workers, policy makers and researchers. Each book in this series is introduced by a specially commissioned overview and contains an annotated bibliography of current and classic titles which together constitute an essential reading list on the chosen theme
Oxfam Focus on Gender
This series makes available each thematic issue of the Oxfam journal Gender and Development in book form. The series will be of interest to students, researchers, practitioners, and policy makers who are focusing on particular themes. The series deals with practice as well as theory, and the individual issues often focus on major international events, such as UN conferences.