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yesterday at 12:09. Facebook
Sushri Suni Singh is an amazing example of what women can achieve as political leaders. #PanchayatiRajDay -via WION
Sushri Suni Singh is an amazing example of what women can achieve

Sushri Suni Singh: The incredible journey of a daily wage labourer to Head of the Panchayat.

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yesterday at 11:30. Facebook
Books change lives. On #WorldBookDay, why not give children who don't go to school a chance to be educated?

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Books change lives On WorldBookDay why not give children who dont go
Oxfam India
Oxfam India
yesterday at 08:39. Facebook
We believe that poverty should not be a barrier for people. Every child should go to school, and be able to get good education to live a life they want.

Share this post if you agree. #WorldBookDay
We believe that poverty should not be a barrier for people Every
Oxfam India
Oxfam India
04/23/2017 at 02:30. Facebook
'The children of poor people, no matter how talented and hardworking, are only too rarely able to make it to any high position.'

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The children of poor people no matter how talented and hardworking are

Interview: People Are Being Pulled Out of Poverty but Not to Prosperity

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Oxfam India
04/22/2017 at 16:43. Facebook
On #EarthDay, meet the woman who challenged her community to create a forest.

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On EarthDay meet the woman who challenged her community to create a forest

India's 105-year-old mother of trees

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Oxfam India
Oxfam India
04/22/2017 at 12:52. Facebook
Happy #EarthDay! Today, pledge to protect our forests.

Do your bit by sharing this post, as a mark of your support to the stronger implementation of India's Forests Rights Act. #FRAat10
Happy EarthDay Today pledge to protect our forests
Oxfam India
Oxfam India
04/21/2017 at 11:28. Facebook
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Oxfam India
Oxfam India
04/21/2017 at 11:21. Facebook
In India, one in three women suffer domestic violence.
Still shot from a film we are doing for Oxfam India on domestic violence against women. Coming soon. #Ahinsa
Oxfam India 04/21/2017
Oxfam India
Oxfam India
04/21/2017 at 05:08. Facebook
The four represented nations—Nepal, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan—have had varied experiences in the context of challenges women face on economic empowerment
Oxfam India 04/21/2017

Challenges South Asian women face on economic empowerment

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Oxfam India
Oxfam India
04/19/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
"#Famine does not arrive suddenly or unexpectedly, it comes after months of procrastination and ignored warnings": As millions struggle to survive hunger, here's how you can help. [ Oxf.am Link ]
Famine does not arrive suddenly or unexpectedly it comes after months of

Hungry in a world of plenty: millions on the brink of famine | Oxfam International

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Oxfam India
Oxfam India
04/19/2017 at 07:14. Facebook
Over 300 million women in India still don't get safe menstrual hygiene products. They manage by reusing cloths in normal times. Imagine what happens in a natural disaster when they lose their belongings!

Oxfam India has been working in Cuddalore district, which saw massive flooding in late 2015, to provide sanitary pads to women from backward communities.

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Over 300 million women in India still dont get safe menstrual hygiene
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04/19/2017 at 05:20. Facebook
The allocation to the education sector by both the central and the state governments is "abysmally low", Vice President M. Hamid Ansari said on Monday. The Vice President rued that the primary education is not the priority of the government.
Oxfam India 04/19/2017

Allocation for education sector abysmally low: Vice President - Times of India

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Oxfam India
04/18/2017 at 12:59. Facebook
In a major step to break the nexus between pharmaceutical companies and doctors pushing expensive branded medicines, PM Narendra Modi on Monday said that the government would put in place a legal framework to ensure doctors prescribe low cost generic medicines to patients.
Oxfam India 04/18/2017

Law soon to ensure doctors prescribe cheaper generic drugs, assures PM - Times of India

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Oxfam India
Oxfam India
04/18/2017 at 07:08. Facebook
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Gopal Maddheshiya
Oxfam India
Oxfam India
04/18/2017 at 05:49. Facebook
While talking about menstruation remains a taboo in society, 300 million women in India don't have safe menstrual hygiene products.

Arunachalam Muruganantham has taken a step to change this. #BanoNayiSoch

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While talking about menstruation remains a taboo in society 300 million women

India's Menstruation Man

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Oxfam International Executive Director Winnie Byanyima recounts the terrible condition facing people in Nigeria, one of the four countries in the world affected by famine-like conditions.

As per the #UnitedNations, nearly 20 million people are at risk of death due to hunger in this crisis, a number which has not been seen in modern times.

[ Oxf.am Link ] #4Famines
Oxfam International Executive Director Winnie Byanyima recounts the terrible con

This starvation in Africa is an affront to humanity | Oxfam International Blogs

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नियाभर में कई ऐसी जनजातियां हैं, जिनके बारे में बहुत कम ही लोगों को जानकारी है।
Oxfam India 04/17/2017

मर्दों का नहीं, यहां चलता है महिलाओं का राज, शादी करना भी नहीं है जरूरी

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#MondayMotivation: With India all set to become the world’s youngest country by 2020, shouldn't every child be able to go to school?

To make this a reality, Oxfam India is working in 19 Gram Panchayats of Hamirpur district, #UttarPradesh among other things to bring back children to school and build a child-friendly environment in classrooms.

Know more about our programme here: [ Oxf.am Link ]
MondayMotivation With India all set to become the worlds youngest country by
Juri village has initiated a unique practice to promote girls’ education.

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Juri village has initiated a unique practice to promote girls’ education

Not politicos, this Jharkhand village has streets named after most educated girls

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