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Oxfam stakeholder

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OxfaM Beginning of Oxfam Purpose of Oxfam Oxfam was originally founded in England in 1942 by a group of citizens who were concerned about others people's well being. The name 'Oxfam' comes from the Oxford Committee for Famine Relief. The first overseas Oxfam was founded in Canada in 1963. In the early 1970s Oxfam started growing and began its own programming overseas in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, and established a network of staff and volunteers across Canada to support its work. In 1973, with the support of Oxfam Canada, Oxfam became a separate member of the nternational Oxfam movement. About Oxfam Oxfam International is a confederation of 13 organizations working with over 3,000 partners in more than 100 countries to find lasting solutions to poverty and injustice. They are a none making profit business as they are a charity. They link to make bigger Oxfam Internationals impact on poverty and injustice through supporting campaigns, development programs and emergency response. Their business type is limited by guarantee. Companies that are limited by guarantee are private limited. Whereas the liability of the members is limited. A guarantee company doesn't have a share capital, but has members who are guarantors instead of shareholders. ...read more.

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Page Oxfam's aims * An increase in the number of people who have access to social services. * An increase in the number of people who have an effective voice in decisions that affect their lives. * An increase in the number of people who are live free from fear and discrimination, especially those who are currently oppressed or marginalized due to their gender, ethnicity, Indigenous status or cultural identity. * An increase in the number of people who are safe from conflict and disasters Oxfam's objectives * To educate people about the nature, causes and effects if poverty . * To facilitate and enhance the work of Oxfam International and its affiliates with young people around the globe. * To inspire, empower and grow the next generation of young leaders and activists * To increase the effectiveness of Action Partners as social change leaders through further developing skills and knowledge necessary for implementing positive and sustainable change. Oxfam Page Oxfam Stakeholders Donors: This is the way this organisation makes money to reduce poverty; sometimes the people around the world donate money, businesses like Asda, Tesco etc donate money , then the rest of the money comes from festivals that are held to reduce poverty around the world. ...read more.

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The supplier's influence on the business is that they help in giving supplies to the organisation in exchange for money. Employees: The employees of Oxfam work within the business, not to get good pay or any rewards, as they do this because they have interest in the business. These employees help by collecting clothes from people and selling them in the shop, so they can provide charity for different countries. They have a influence within the business as they're responsible for deciding on the tactics for achieving the organisations objectives within in a particular area, section or department. Although trustees have similar needs to other employees, they have more responsibility within the organisation. ? Oxfam store Government: The government doesn't take taxes from Oxfam as they are a business working to find lasting solutions to poverty and injustice Oxfam website Their website informs people about the disasters and disease issues which are taking place in the world. What the websites does: * Give people a chance to read up on what Oxfam do. * Informs people how they can keep in touch and contact them. * Shows people how o help contribute to the charity This websites is mostly targeted at elderly people and middle aged people as they will be donating the money, clothes and volunteering to a job ...read more.

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