Forty-eight-year old Abbie Viveash, from Cwmbran in South Wales, has been chosen after a UK-wide search to find out how money donated to Oxfam is spent in their charity projects.
Abbie, who is not an Oxfam supporter, will visit one of the charity's projects in Malawi, in South East Africa, this August. As part of her trip she will spend time with the local people and see the practical impact of how they money is spent.
On her return, she'll report back on her experience of Oxfam's work.
Abbie will be visiting an Oxfam project in Malawi, which is one of the poorest countries in the world. Once there, she'll find out more about how the project that aims to help the community grow more drought resistant crops, and improve irrigation in the village.
Abbie, who is a former psychiatric nurse and mother of five children, is a self-confessed sceptic of Oxfam's work, but was chosen from applicants across the UK to participate in the trip.
According to Oxfam, it was important to pick someone who wasn't a supporter of the charity in the hope that they would offer a 'no holds barred' account of the experience.