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Oxfam India is a movement of people working together to stop the rising inequality in the country that keeps wealth concentrated in the hands of a few. We work to ensure equitable distribution of wealth and resources to all. By doing so, right now and with your support, we will save 90 million people from extreme poverty by 2020

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Gender Justice

03 Nov, 2018

Bihar

Small Steps towards Empowerment

Urmila got married when she was 16-years-old to her 18-year-old husband.  She completely dependent on her husband’s income who worked in a motor-cycle cleaning shop in their village in Si... Read More


Gender Justice

03 Nov, 2018

Chhattisgarh

Breaking Boundaries at Home

“मैं महिलाओं और लड़कियों के जीवन में बदलाव लाने के प्रयास जारी रखूंगा” (I will continue to make efforts to bring changes in lives of women and girls), said Gulab, a young changemaker fr ... Read More


Gender Justice

03 Nov, 2018

Chhattisgarh

Scripting Her Own Fate

Gurbari Sidar is a 17 year old girl from Shankatpalli village of Dabhar Read More


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  • An expectant mother, Shanti Devi*, resident of #Thoubal district in #Manipur, had no other option but to leave her flood-ravaged house and move to a relief camp. She is six months pregnant and finding it extremely difficult to stay in unsanitary conditions at the overcrowded camp. Further, she walks long distances at night for defecation, just like other women in the camp. “I am really worried for my unborn child and need immediate medical support. Till now no medical team has visited the camp." Our humanitarian team is responding to the distressed in Manipur and other parts of #NorthEast. Help us reach out to more people like Shanti Devi. Your donation can save many lives today. Donate now: http://bit.ly/northeastfloods2018 *name changed to protect identity

    25 Jun 2018

  • High alert in parts of #NorthEast because of #floods and #landslides. Lives are being lost, people displaced with no food and shelter. Even as you read this post, people are searching for higher ground, safety for their family, food and clean water for their children. They need YOU. Help them get emergency shelter, hygiene and food kits. We have paired up with Amazon India to bring these kits to the affected. Visit this link to donate these essential items and help save lives. #OxfamRespondstoNEfloods

    25 Jun 2018

  • In your next #ChaiPeCharcha, ask why tea workers in India are one of the most exploited labour in the world. Know the truth #BehindThePrice of your food. Know more: www.behindtheprice.org

    24 Jun 2018

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We have been made aware of the allegations of sexual harassment against Ere Gowda, director of ‘Balekempa’, one of the films shortlisted for the Oxfam Best Film on Gender Equality

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