Each One Educate One (E1E1) is an initiative to bring quality education to Rural India. It is anchored in the ideal of education as a service to society and every individual in society as a stakeholder in rendering this service.
The E1E1 program is an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children who would otherwise have little access to education. The initiative is driven by the alumni and alumnae of the various Educational Institutions founded by Narayan Bhat and his Thyaga Jeevis based on the teachings of Sri Sathya Sai Baba.
This character based educational system, is renowned for its transformative work in society as it is based on the ancient traditions of India’s Gurukula. Some of the facets of this unique form of education include:
- A clear focus of bringing quality education to the rural poor
- An integral form of education which lays equal emphasis on the body, mind and spirit
- Upholding the ideal of education as a service to society and providing it free of cost
- It’s beautiful and inspirational campuses set in the wholesome environs of nature
- State of art infrastructure and facilities
The alumni and alumnae of these institutions, having been beneficiaries of this unique form of education, have stepped forward to support the continuing mission of providing free values-based education to the future generation of children. While the Each One Educate One platform – is managed by the alumni and alumnae community – everyone is welcome to participate and join in this transformative program. DWF is partnering with this program to support the Prashanthi Bala Mandir trust which is the funding source of the campuses
On an average, it takes $300 to provide free education to one student for a year and an additional $300 to provide room, board, clothing and other necessities for those students in residence. Effectively, a child receives this high-quality residential education for less than $700 per year. One can choose to take up the responsibility of the education of one or more children and give this gift of education.
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