Oxfam India

Vision: Oxfam India's vision is to create a more equal, just, and sustainable world by empowering the poor to demand their rights, engaging the non-poor to become active and supportive citizens, advocating for an effective and accountable state, and making markets work for poor people. The overarching vision of Oxfam India is "right to life with dignity". Mission: Oxfam India will fulfill its vision by working in partnership with a broad range of civil society actors (such as research institutes, universities, mass movements, and other NGOs) to link poor people and their organizations to sub-national, national, regional, and global institutions (such as governments, markets, and ...

What remains....

What remains....
A view of the destruction in Sey village (view small | med | large | orig)

Relief work on

Relief work on
Villagers cleaning the slush after the floods in Leh (view small | med | large | orig)

Tsering Palzon, 80 year old flood survivor

Tsering Palzon, 80 year old flood survivor
Tsering Palzon, an 80 year old woman of Choglamsar Village in Leh district says: “I lost everything I had so painfully and laboriously collected all my life. I do not know where to go and I am worried about the winter which is very harsh here in Leh. (view small | med | large | orig)

Inside view of a flooded house

Inside view of a flooded house
The view inside a house filled with sluch and mud in Tashi Gyatsal Village after the floods. (view small | med | large | orig)

Provide emergency support to 500 families in Leh

Provide emergency support to 500 families in Leh
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