17.8 million children in India remain out of school. Millions of poor Indians cannot afford healthcare.
Oxfam India’s focus on ensuring essential services such as health and education is a direct way of reducing the inter-generational inequality that keeps people trapped in poverty.
Our work ensures that a child born in a poorest of poor families has a chance at healthcare, prior to and after birth, and at universal, inclusive and quality elementary education.
An important aspect of our work in essential services is to make financing available for the universal provision of essential services. We campaign for the introduction of progressive tax reforms and for corporations to pay fair taxes owed to the country.
30 Jan, 2015
More than 800 million of India’s 1.25 billion people live in the countryside.
08 Sep, 2015
Literacy constitutes the backbone of development in a progressing country like India.
10 Mar, 2016
Because of Oxfam India's efforts, together with RTE forum and efforts of others as well, MHRD objected the Rajasthan government to amend the no-detention policy.
18 Mar, 2016
The clamour to bring back the detentionbased examination system is misguided
22 Mar, 2016