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01 Dec, 2018
Julie,18, is a community mobilizer working with the Creating Spaces project. She is a strong advocate for women’s rights and gender equality and works to get the girls in her villag...
25 Apr, 2019
“I stay in the Bijali village which is surrounded by mountains and forests on all sides. After the Forest Rights Act came in operation in 2008, we came to know that the agricultural...
03 Mar, 2020
Nine-year-old Zaid* is studying in a primary school in Balrampur. However, he would have missed formal education had Oxfam India not intervened. Zaid’s parents Aabiya Khatoon and An...
29 Jun, 2020
“She loves eating rice. After we received the ration kit, I prepared a rice dish for my daughter. She was extremely happy!”
Rubina stays with her octogenarian parents and a six-yea...
24 Sep, 2020
When he tried facing the world upfront turning pain into anger, he experienced more atrocities and subjugation. However, today the ‘rebel’ is no longer caught in the clash between m...
Shakuntala Harpal, 45, is a Dalit leader in Harichandrapur Village, India. Shakuntala has worked for many years to help the women and girls in her village exercise their basic right...
26 Apr, 2019
Ajay*, a class four student, lives in Thudibahal village in Odisha’s Balangir district. His father, is a migrant labourer who goes every year, for a few months, to work in the brick...
As part of the disaster risk reduction (DRR) programme, earlier this year Oxfam India flagged off a 20-day Video Van campaign on ‘WASH in Emergency’ in Sangli district in Maharashtr...
01 Jul, 2020
Mithilesh Kumar Tripathi had two things weighing on his mind — one was the pandemic and the other was school education. As an active member of the School Management Committee of the...
Vishaka Kashyap, 28, was 22 years old when she was married and went to go live in her husband’s village, Bucchabasti in Uttar Pradesh. She has a 4-year-old son. Unlike many of the w...
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