We work to address root causes of absolute poverty and inequality. We see poverty as a problem of powerlessness, in which people are deprived of opportunities, choices, resources, essential services, knowledge and protection.
Right to Sustainable Livelihoods in rural India hinges on sustainable management and governance of agriculture and natural resources as two thirds of Indians live on farming, fisheries and forests.
Oxfam India focuses on the right to universal access to education and health care through its programs and campaigns on essential services.
The Gender Justice theme covers two programs: Reduction of Violence Against Women and Political Empowerment of Women.
We aim to promote new and better ways of responding to humanitarian crises and to enable the poor to anticipate, manage and reduce risks in disasters.
As a part of its first five year strategy, we have outlined some of the emerging themes which needed our attention, given their increasing importance in our development practices.
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Our humanitarian work aims at assuring protection and assistance to the affected women, men and children, in a manner consistent with their human rights. The focus is generally on: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene.
Featured stories are the pieces written by Oxfam India staff and partners during their field visits to the project areas. These stories show progress and change our work is making in the lives of people.
News section contains the reporting of events, workshops and consultations Oxfam India and its partners organise in New Delhi and in different regions.