Oxfam International to move headquarters to Nairobi
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Oxfam International to move headquarters to Nairobi

26 Jul 2016 | Finance | Alice Sharman
Tags: Property

Oxfam International has announced that it will move the Oxfam International Secretariat from Oxford, where it was founded, to Nairobi, Kenya.

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