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    Julia, an aid worker for Oxfam, demonstrates good hygiene practice in Beira, Mozambique
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    Oxfam is committed to keeping our staff, volunteers and the people we work with, safe. From constantly improving safeguarding policies, to installing solar lights that make refugee camps more secure, keeping 

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