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Oasis India

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Address: Oasis India Office No. 101, 1st Floor, Mahavir Darshan, Opp. Old TMC Office, Stadium Road, Jambli Naka, Thane (West)

Aligned to the following Sustainable Development Goals

Who We Are

Oasis began work in Mumbai in 1993, and has been established as a registered society since 1994, and works in the area of community transformation and Anti-human trafficking
Oasis expanded its work to the South in Bangalore in 2004, with the first sports programme (football) for vulnerable children starting in Bangalore’s slum communities. In 2005, the Chennai centre was launched in response to the tsunami. Later to Punganur, a rural community in Chittoor District, working with women, youth and children from marginalized communities. Oasis India further expanded its work to North East in Manipur in 2021.

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Our Fundraisers

Vishwas R Udgirkar

Change Maker
` 175646
of ` 500000
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Shivani Shivpure

` 300
of ` 50000
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Vijaykumar Ampayya

` 0
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Raising Funds For

The immediate goal of the project in Kalwa near Thane is to reduce the issues that cause damage to community and its people for about 100 families over a year with a focus on the following objectives and interventions: Relationship building, Skills Training, Education, healthcare, Sports, community safety and community building.
The interventions will involve activities that reach out to individuals and families to build contacts and eventually good two way relationship which will result in further identifying issues and needs in the community as well as provide an opportunity to work alongside community for its transformation.
This would also mean connecting with the local government and community based organisations.

Fund Utilization in 2020

Total funds raised in 2020 - INR 30000

Project NameKamathipura Project
Amount Utilized (INR)25000
Project DescriptionConsidering the vulnerability of children in the Kamathipura Red light area, a daycare center was started in May 2012. In the last 9 years, it was found that nearly more than 1000 children benefitted from this program. Project run education, health care, counseling, vocational skills training, food security, and nutrition program.
According to case to case, few children were referred to child care shelters/ homes for long-term care with further support by Oasis. In the initial stage of the project mothers (women from the red-light area) were reluctant to send the children for interventions. It took a few months to build the relationship and trust, by the end of the first-year team could see that mothers were happy to send the children for various activities. Children were also eager to visit the project. Work developed through outreach, relationship building, and spending quality time with the community.
Education activities started for children to keep them busy with the academic system. Most of the children were enrolled in school but were not regular because of the RLA atmosphere and attraction of various same hub.
LocationsMumbai City > Maharashtra (MH),Mumbai City > Maharashtra (MH)
CausesEducation > Non formal education
Beneficiary GroupChildren,Women
Beneficiary Descriptiono Children-(6-17 years) o Women-(18+ 45 years) o Youth and Men (18+ 30)  300 children 120 youth.  30 women/ mothers.
ImpactChildren, women/ mothers, and youth/men in the Kamathipura Red light area (RLA) are protected from threats of human trafficking and live a life of safety, dignity, hope, and experiences wholeness and fullness of life
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 1.Daily study exercises in two batches. 2.Organize one Educational outing. 3. Three days a week run computer class for ASP children and youth. 4. Conduct Life skills sessions. 20 per batch

Fund Utilization in 2019

Total funds raised in 2019 - INR 77150

Project NameGrant Road Hub
Amount Utilized (INR)77150
Project DescriptionSkilling, Healthcare, counselling, rehabilitation of victims of human trafficking
LocationsMumbai City > Maharashtra (MH)
CausesEducation > Non Formal Education,Health > Preventive Healthcare,Health > Sanitation & Hygiene,Income > Skilling & Vocational Training,Income > Job Readiness Skills,Income > Income Generation Activities,Public Safety > Shelter,Social Inclusion > Women Empowerment,Social Inclusion > Others
Beneficiary GroupChildren,Women
Beneficiary Descriptionall Females, 19 to 35 yrs, 26 women
Impact20 women were part of our rehabilitation program and 6 women from our Rehab home were trained in hairdressing and tailoring
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Rehabilitation 20
2 Hair style training 6

Fund Utilization in 2018

Total funds raised in 2018 - INR 10150

Project NameKamathipura Hub
Amount Utilized (INR)10150
Project DescriptionThe project in Kamatipura was specifically chosen due to the nearby brothels where mothers and children live together. Women and children living in the same place pose a specific problem as the customers see the children and they are forced into the prostitution themselves.
The project was therefore set up in May 2012 with an aim to prevent children at risk from being trafficked or sexually abused and restore dignity and a future to their lives.
Initially known as the Day Care Centre which focused on children and their mothers, the project now has a hub based approach and works with other women, pimps and youth as well as shopkeepers to initiate the process of community ownership and transformation.
In order to meet the aim of the hub, the activities have been streamlined in fore core objectives’ Outreach, Educating for life , Accessing opportunities and resources and Community building
LocationsMumbai City > Maharashtra (MH)
ImpactThe After school Programme (ASP) gives the children an opportunity to receive personal attention to understand and cope with the school curriculum, complete assignments and also go to school. The ASP was conducted in two batches for which 18-20 children came in the morning and 20-25 in the afternoon. Creative teaching methodologies were adapted to help the slow learners. The children are focussed and interested in education and school and have also improved in the performance.
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 After School Program 40
` 175946 of ` 100000
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