There is a 3.58 crore modern day slavery globally.


Human Trafficking is the recruitment or movement of persons, through threat or force, deception or coercion for the purpose of exploitation.


People are tricked into situations where they are bought, sold, abused, and exploited in many different ways: sexual exploitation, forced labour, street crime, domestic servitude or even the sale of organs and human sacrifice. Trafficking affects every continent and every country. Traffickers and their victims often come from the same place, speak the same language or have the same ethnic background as their victims. Such commonalities help traffickers generate trust to carry out the crime.


People are trafficked primarily for financial gain. Human trafficking is a multi-billion dollar industry -  it is a high-profit, low-risk crime.


TED Talks

Kimsain Jidung, our Manager of Grants & Programme Quality spoke at TED Talks about our work in Mumbai's red-light areas. Take a look!

Spot the signs

Understanding the signs to look out for could help the most vulnerable people within your community. A person could be a victim of trafficking if he/she:

  • is fearful, anxious, depressed, submissive, tense, nervous or paranoid
  • avoids eye contact
  • appears malnourished
  • shows signs of physical or sexual abuse, physical restraint, confinement or torture
  • has few or no personal possessions
  • has numerous inconsistencies in his or her stories
  • is not allowed to speak for themselves

If you recognise some of these signs, it is essential that you share what you’ve seen with the relevant authorities.

Child Helpline

Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) 24×7 Helpline Number

Dear Partners & Supporters,

 Greetings from Oasis India!

I would like to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year! As we step in 2022, we thank you for what you have helped us accomplish this past year.

Oasis India has accomplished 27 successful years of empowering women and children in India. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the wonderful support and partnership that we have shared over the years. Even though we faced a great global distress in the past years, we have come out stronger. As we begin celebrating this season of joy and peace, I would like to thank you for your support and love towards Oasis India.

My sincere appreciation to the Board (Committee of Management) for their guidance and a special thank you to our funding partners. We are very grateful to our institutional donors, Mukthi Bike Challenge network & riders, volunteers, sponsors, donors, 500 club donors, community partners and everyone who has continued to support our work through donations, volunteering and professional services. You all make us who we are and we will never lose sight of that. Our teams in the field who work directly with the beneficiaries have gone above and beyond their call of duty in 2021 and have left me so deeply humbled by their self-sacrificing efforts and commitment.

You will be delighted to know that in 2021, we have received our Platinum certification from GuideStar India for one year. That makes Oasis India one of the selected 100 non-profits attaining the highest Transparency and Quality Standards. We are on track, making all necessary arrangements for our FCRA renewal. We have also received 12AB and 80G renewal for the year. Our biggest accomplishment this year has been the successful launch of our new hub at North East in Churachandpur, Manipur to help families in alternative skill training and holistic development of children, leading to a developed and socially conscious community. Mukthi Bike Challenge 2021 was nothing short of amazing and the different editions in the various cities and countries helped us to get the word out about human trafficking to people around the globe.

Thank you all for supporting the work of Oasis India and helping us make a difference in our community. Your dedication is what inspires each and every one of us. This season, I wish you all the best and success in life as we head towards 2022! Be blessed.

With Regards,
Mangneo Lhungdim
Executive Director
Oasis India