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In 1992, Community Aid Abroad and the Australian Freedom from Hunger Campaign merged. Until the beginning of 1994, the body used the names Community Aid Abroad/Freedom from Hunger and Community Aid Abroad Merged with Freedom from Hunger as well as the short form of the name, Community Aid Abroad. For most of 1994 and 1995, the name used was Community Aid Abroad. In August 1995, the body began using the name Community Aid Abroad Oxfam in Australia, and later Community Aid Abroad-Oxfam Australia, but at the same time retaining the name Community Aid Abroad on its publications. All works by Community Aid Abroad are found under the heading Community Aid Abroad (Australia). In November 2000, Community Aid Abroad changed its name to Oxfam Community Aid Abroad. Works by these bodies are found under the name used at the time of publication

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by Community Aid Abroad (Australia)
Fitzroy, Vic. : Community Aid Abroad
 
 
Uniform title: Annual report (1994)
by Community Aid Abroad (Australia)
Fitzroy, Vic. : Community Aid Abroad, 1994-
 
 
by Community Aid Abroad (Australia)
[Fitzroy, Vic. : Community Aid Abroad]
 
 
by Community Aid Abroad (Australia)
Fitzroy, Vic. : Community Aid Abroad/Freedom From Hunger , [1993]-
 
 
by Community Aid Abroad (Australia)
Fitzroy, Vic. : Community Aid Abroad, 1989-1993
 
 
by Oxfam Community Aid Abroad (Australia)
Fitzroy, Vic. : Oxfam Community Aid Abroad, -2004
JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
 
 
 
 
by Community Aid Abroad (Australia). National Committee
[Fitzroy, Vic. : Community Aid Abroad National Committee]
 
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