1995, to work together for greater impact on the international stage to reduce poverty and injustice. Registered as a foundation in accordance with Dutch law. Previously also referred to as Oxfam International Foundation. Name derives from Oxford Committee for Famine Relief, set up 1942, Oxford (UK), and registered in accordance with UK law in 1943. From Jun 1965, became known simply as 'Oxfam'. Oxfam International Secretariat set up 1995.
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