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Ensuring right to life and dignity for all

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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Stories of Change

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19 Mar, 2019


Nandini's mother helps fortify her daughter's future

9-year-old Nandini was born into a family of Musahars in Bihar. Read More

Gender Justice

19 Mar, 2019


United Voices against Alcoholism

This is the story of Kandhamal District, Gunjigaon, Odisha where Oxfam India's partner ISD is working with a women's group. Read More

Social Inclusion

05 Apr, 2019


Phulme Majhi - Building a collective strength towards equality

Bandpari, home to Phulme is a small hamlet in the Lanjigarh block of Kalahandi district of Odisha. Read More

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    16 Apr 2019


  • Oxfam India

    13 Apr 2019

    Along with other civil society organisations & human rights networks, we are reaching out to 10 constituencies in #Bhubaneshwar, #Odisha. We are engaging with political party candidates & getting them to commit towards providing free & quality health care if they come to power. Say #YesDemocracy!

  • Oxfam India

    12 Apr 2019

    "We cannot afford to pay Rs 3500 for our child's #education in private schools. Why can't #government #schools provide the same quality of education? I want my child to be as competent as a rich person's child." -Javed, Migrant Worker, Lakhimpur village, UP. . . Pledge to vote for issues that matter to you & we will help you ensure these promises are delivered post #elections. Go to the link in bio to act now! #YesDemocracy

  • Oxfam India

    11 Apr 2019

    As the world’s largest #democracy heads to the polls today, it’s extremely heartening to see #women from Uttar Pradesh wanting to make an informed choice. . . Quality of #government #schools & #hospitals in their state matters to them, and they’ll vote for a government which makes essential services a priority. Will you? . . #YesDemocracy #india #elections2019

  • Oxfam India

    10 Apr 2019

    Vote for a #government which cares about the well being of you & your loved ones. . . Go to the link in bio to take action now! #education #health #vote #india #elections2019 #youth

Oxfam's Blog

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State of healthcare and education in India.

28 Mar, 2019

Vote for a New India…

Test of real democracy is free and quality education and healthcare for all – Not just a privileged few who can afford quality private services but all Indian citizens irrespective of their birth,

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15 Mar, 2019

Oxfam India thinks o…

In the immediate aftermath of the disaster Oxfam India (OIN) reached out to the people of Kerala in August 2018 and initiated various reli

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08 Mar, 2019

Oxfam’s Learning Lab…

Engaging with business and the private sector on issues of sustainable development, human rights and accountability is multi-faceted and complex. It requires specific strategies and skills.

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06 Mar, 2019

Help Meena break the…

Meet Meena, a twelve-year-old girl from Rae Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh. Meena lives with a large family of ten and is the second oldest child in the family.

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27 Feb, 2019

Rampant discriminati…

Aarti Devi, a Dalit woman from Patna and her husband, Govind Ram, were excited when they heard the news about her pregnancy.

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27 Feb, 2019

“The IT girl” – Bre…

"How may I assist you today?" A polite feminine voice greeted us over the phone.

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