Project Sarika

Project Sarika, is an initiative to create a platform for the girls in Kannagi Nagar and Kalyanapuram communities in Chennai to express themselves and achieve their full potential. In communities with less positive parental guidance, this kind of opportunities are scarce. Through the football for life programme and other supplementary activities like self-defence session, fitness sessions, arts sessions with a goal to build their decision-making capacity, leadership skills, behaviour and to keep them in school.

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Stationery Drive

We have over 600 children in the after-school programmes and 100 part of the informal education across India, receiving holistic education. You can support their education by giving in-kind or by contributing towards providing pens, pencils, white boards, black boards, notice boards, notebooks, sketch pens, crayons, water colours, paint brushes and mats for children.

Books For Children

We are creating a library space in all our centers for children to read books that improve not just their vocabulary but also improve their creative thinking. You can give used books or contribute to provide story books and general knowledge books for children to benefit from.

Medical & First Aid

If you are a doctor, run a clinic, work at a medical center or if you just have extra supplies of Stethoscope, Sphygmomanometer, Weighing Scale, Height Chart, Thermometer & First Aid Kit, you can donate them to be used for health care services for the women and children from disadvantaged communities. 

To donate in-kind, contact Vishwas – +91 91586 76138 or email vishwas.udgirkar@oasisindia.org

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Dear friends and patrons,As 2022 draws to a close, I would like for us to look back at a year that heralded in new directions for Oasis India: year one of the 5-year strategic plan of new partnerships, a year of social enterprise, and organisational sustainability.While it was certainly challenging in many ways, it also showed how strong our commitment to the vision and mission are as an organisation – be it as board members, supporters, members of senior management, the national leadership team, or project staff.We can take pride in the fact that we resumed the annual Mukthi Bike Challenge this year, launched Oasis India’s 5-year strategic plan for 2022–2027, and started a new integrated community empowerment project in Assam—Oasis Academy Guwahati and Football for Life (FFL). We also initiated potential partnership discussions with PCI-Mizoram for anti-human trafficking and Thrive for Good under food security, etc. These great achievements lays the foundation for our work in the upcoming new year.There were notable life-changing stories of beneficiaries in each of Oasis India’s hubs and the many other challenges we overcame as a team. Successes achieved in a time when we were forced to adapt to very adverse circumstances So, I want to thank all our staff for the hard work and commitment they have shown over the past year. Our combined strength is what makes us flourish as an organisation.Thank you, our supporters, for walking this journey of growth and development hand in hand with us. As you celebrate Christmas with friends and family, I hope you will look back on the year with the same sense of accomplishment and joy that we all feel at Oasis India.I wish you and your family a happy Christmas season and a prosperous 2023! Best regards,Mangneo LhungdimExecutive Director,Oasis India