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21 May, 2019
The women’s group of Sahbhagi Vikas, Oxfam India Partner in Jharkhand are breaking one norm at a time with their firm determination and grit. When Shivangi brought the matter of her...
31 Dec, 2018
Sunita, Rekha, and Ramesha (L to R) are members of the Creating Spaces Women’s Group in Bucchabasti Village, Purkazi Block, Uttar Pradesh], where they learn about gender equality an...
Economic empowerment is a key factor in making possible a violence free life for women. And as the women drummers of Dhibra (Danapur block, Bihar) prove, this empowerment can be ach...
Arpit, 26, is an advocate for women’s rights and gender equality. Arpit was exposed to violence and gender inequality from a young age, seeing the way that his father illtreated his...
27 Jun, 2019
Grief and anxiety were writ large on Lakshmi Bhoi’s face. In the morning hours of 3rd May 2019 when Cyclone Fani made the landfall in Puri district, Lakshmi lost everything that she...
Upendra Patra, 45, belongs to Kalahandi, Odisha. He has been fighting against rampant child marriage practice within the Gond community through the help of Oxfam's Creating Spaces p...
05 Jul, 2019
Ten-year-old Devyani* very nearly dropped out of school. Had it not been for Oxfam India and Samerth’s effort, her education would have come to an abrupt end.
Though Devyani’s pare...
04 Feb, 2019
Unaware by the change which was emerging in their lives, Phoolkumari and her friends along with other villagers of Sushi village of Janjgir Champa district in Chhattisgarh headed to...
23 Jul, 2019
Geeta Kumari, a 13 year-old class four student of the Munda community had to drop out of school in 2018. But with Oxfam India’s child-tracking campaign — that tracks out of school c...
17 Sep, 2019
Gudiya (centre) with two of her friends who also went to the centre run by Oxfam India.
Thirteen year old Gudiya* came to Delhi with her parents, who migrated from Assam five years...