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Oxfam raised €9.7million in Ireland

Recent accounts show that relief agency Oxfam raised €9.7 million to the year ended April 2006.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

17th February, 2007

Dr Brian Scott, chief executive of Oxfam Ireland, said it had been a year of continued growth. He said there had been an increase across all three sources of funding.

Oxfam Ireland sources money from its charity shops, donations from the general public and institutional grant support largely from Irish Aid. According to the accounts, Irish Aid contributed €2.4million that year, but Scott said Irish Aid’s total contribution was not fully reflected in the accounts...

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