The Oxford Mission to India and Bangladesh, founded in 1880, has three stations and works in close association with the Dioceses of Kolkata and Dhaka. In Behala, India, it runs an orphanage for 135 boys between the ages of 4 and 18. They are educated and taught music. An old people's home, ENT and eye clinics. At Barisal, Bangladesh, the Mission runs high and primary schools, boys' and girls' hostels, girls' orphanage and a medical centre. At Jobarpar, an indigenous Sisterhood, which is a part of the Mission, supervises boys' and girls' hostels and a play centre for small children and helps in the Diocesan Primary School.