On #NationalGirlChildDay, see this heartwarming story of 10-year-old Umra from #UttarPradesh who loves to go to school. She could receive good education because of the support of people like you. Thank you!
11-year-old Ganga's parents are construction workers originally from Gulbarga. Ganga now attends an #OxfamIndia supported learning centre and is the first in her family to attend school.
In our work, we have seen how #inequality or the gap between the rich and poor creates a system skewed in favour of the privileged. People at the bottom seldom have opportunities to break free from #poverty.... View details ⇨
Over the weekend hundreds of people will #WalkForEquality during #OxfamTrailwalker. They will push themselves to complete a 100km trail so that many more #children can go to school, and #EvenItUpIndia becomes a reality.
How is the economy working for the top 1% rich and leaving out the poorest? #OxfamIndia CEO Nisha Agrawal takes part in a panel discussion today to deliberate on the issue. Stay with us for more updates. #EvenItUp
On January 21, #OxfamIndia will stand in solidarity with the #IWillGoOut campaign for women and girls.
As #OxfamIndia CEO Nisha Agrawal says, "We are committed to fighting for women's rights and creating safe spaces and a violence free world for them — both inside their homes and in public spaces. It is time to say enough to violence and gender inequality."