Frequently asked questions
Please find answers to some of our most commonly asked questions.
1. How can I work for Oxfam in Nigeria?
Current jobs with Oxfam in Nigeria are always advertised on our Get Involved page.
2. How can I volunteer or intern at Oxfam in Nigeria?
Volunteer and internship opportunities are also advertised on our Get involved page. We also welcome specific inquiries from interested candidates via Infonigeria@oxfam.org.
3. Does Oxfam in Nigeria provide some stipend for volunteer or Intern?
Oxfam in Nigeria does not provide any salary to volunteers or interns. However, we cover for expenses related to transportation and feedings during the engagement.
4. Where can I find detailed information on Oxfam in Nigeria’s partners and projects?
In all our actions our goal is to enable people to exercise their rights and manage their own lives. We strive to work with local partners and take a rights-based approach to our development work. We are working on saving lives, sustainable livelihoods, active citizenship and Transform attitudes about women’s rights For detailed information about our partners’ projects and programs, please visit what we do and our campaigns.
5. Where can I find research reports and publications of Oxfam in Nigeria?
The research reports and publications can be found in the Latest section of our website.
6. How can I participate in Oxfam in Nigeria’s campaigning events?
with a global team of campaigners and allied organizations and partners, we are currently campaigning in these main areas with our partners: agriculture, climate change, inequality and Gender Based Violence and women rights. Local petitions and campaigns can be found under Get involved. You can also become our supporters by signing up to any of our social media platfirms.
7. How can I get small grants for small development project?
Oxfam in Nigeria works through local partners and provides technical and financial support to deliver in mutual objectives. We do not guarantee that we can financially support the development activities of individual or informal groups. However, we are able to consider grants in work related to our four main programs: saving lives, sustainable livelihoods, active citizenship and Transform attitudes about women’s rights.
8. How can my local NGO, CBO or association become a development partner of Oxfam in Nigeria?
We encourage you to contact Infonigeria@oxfam.org to share your organization’s profile and express interest in forming a partnership with Oxfam. Your desire for partnering with us should be based on our four thematic programs: saving lives, sustainable livelihoods, active citizenship and Transform attitudes about women’s rights.
9. How can I contact a particular Oxfam staff member?
If you are interested in learning more about a particular project or program and would like to contact our program staff members, please let us know via Infonigeria@oxfam.org or call +234 7086 625 290.
10. How can I raise a complaint?
Oxfam is an accountable and transparent rights-based INGO. Oxfam believes that stakeholders and members of the public have the right to raise complaints. We welcome any comment or complaint through Infonigeria@oxfam.org. You can also send us your complaint by post to the Country Director, Oxfam in Nigeria, No. 11, Ganges Street, Off Alvan Ikoku Way, Maitama, Abuja -Nigeria.
11. How can I support or donate to specific project of Oxfam in Nigeria?
Oxfam welcomes and is highly appreciative of donations in cash and in kind from local and international supporters to our partners’ projects. Let us know which project you would like to donate to via Infonigeria@oxfam.org