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5 reasons why you should use the award winning Oxfam Trailwalker platform

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The Oxfam India Trailwalker digital platform and app was recently declared the winner at the eNGO challenge South Asia, 2015 for developing a gaming platform to help communities raise funds for poverty alleviation.

Here is how you can use this engaging and exciting platform and take the ultimate endurance challenge of walking for equality.

1.  It is really simple to use

 The platform has been designed in such a way that anybody can easily navigate through it. All the relevant information is readily available and the user can swiftly move from one page to another.

2.  Gamification of platform

The gamification of the Oxfam India Trailwalker platform and app was crucial. They are interactive, sporty and fun to explore.

3.  Become a champion of change

By registering on the Trailwalker platform and app you get a chance to become a force for good. The event gives you a chance to go on an adventure and in-turn raise funds for the vulnerable and unprivileged.

4.  Be part of this community

Since it started in India in 2012, the Oxfam Trailwalker has only grown each year. You too can join this special bunch of people who have dared to challenge inequality in the country.

5.  Share your experience

If you already walked the Trailwalker, you can share your experience. The Oxfam India Trailwalker platform is here for you. We are giving this space to you so that you can share your story.

Let’s use this digital space to expand our networks and come together for one common goal – reducing inequality in India.

Take the challenge of walking 100kms within 48 hours and raise funds for the poor and the marginalised.

Tell your friends and family members to join the Trailwalker movement. JOIN NOW.

Photo credit: Oxfam India