Education for 600 poor girls in Uttar Pradesh

by Oxfam Trust


Oxfam Trust reaches out to girls from poor communities in Uttar Pradesh who do not have access to schools due to poverty & discrimination, thereby helping them to get good quality basic education.

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Illiteracy is a major problem in Uttar Pradesh with little over half the population (57%) being able to read and write. The educational status of girls from Dalit & Muslim communities, who are at the lowest rung of the socio economic strata, is worst in the rural areas. Most of them cannot afford basic school education due to poverty & discrimination. The project seeks to ensure quality primary education to girls with emphasis on those belonging to Dalit & Muslim communities.


Running 4 Schools & providing support to 60 Government Schools will ensure quality education to 600 poor girls. Gudia, a 5th grade student says- “I very much enjoy coming to school. I dream to be a doctor and serve the poor in my village".

Long-Term Impact

The Project will directly help 600 poor girls get quality education. It will help a new generation of poor dalit & Muslim girls to break the cycle of illiteracy & poverty by providing accessible and quality education without any discrimination.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).



Organization Information

Oxfam Trust

Location: New Friends Colony, New Delhi - India
Website: http:/​/​​
Oxfam Trust
Srikanta Misra
Project Leader:
Srikanta Misra
Manager-Institutional Fundraising
New Dehi, Delhi India

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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