Manju Srivastav, Bharat Lok Shiksha Parishad

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Manju Srivastav, Bharat Lok Shiksha Parishad

  1. 1. Presented by: Prof. Manju Srivastava At The 10th International Conference Organized by: ` India Development Coalition of America Venue: Institute of Rural research and Development Dates: January 10-11, 2014
  2. 2. OUR MISSION 2
  3. 3. 3 2 4 EKAL Movement 1 Bridging Social Disparities through Inclusive Education 5 6 3
  4. 4. CHILD EDUCATION – a. Children up to 14 years b. Daily 3hrs learning c. 30 students on average THE TEACHER a. Local youth b. Preferably women c. Matric level education d. Selection by village committee 4
  5. 5. Ekal in 51,717 villages as on Sep. 2013 Benefitted more than 26 Lakh children 5
  6. 6. Health Care Education Arogya Yojana was started in year 2003 with following aims:  Promotion and advancement of health care education in tribal and distant villages.  Make villages self dependant in health & Hygiene.  Bridge the gap between the under privileged villagers & the present day healthcare delivery system
  7. 7. Development Education • • • Self Reliance of villagers Utilization of local resources Organic food production 7
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  9. 9. Our Track Record Total No of Schools 51,717 till Sep. 2013 Present No of Children in Ekal School – 14,82,326 Nearly 26,00,000 children have been benefited so far.  7000 Full-time workers are involved in this Movement.  Through Gram Samitis around 20 lac villagers got involved in school working
  10. 10. Organization Structure Head Office Chapter Area Centre (270 OTS) Sub-Area 90 1 2 3 30 30 OTS 10 Sub-Cluster 90 OTS 30 Cluster 90 10 10 OTS 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 One School in One Village 10
  11. 11. Budget Outlay Donor Package Rs.20,000 per school Per Annum In % 73.29 1. Honorarium & Training of Teacher 2. Teaching Material Medical Camp 7.55 3. Sambhag, Bhag , Anchal Office (Zone Area District) 8.77 4. Central Activity 2.04 5. Development Activity 1.46 6. Head Quarter Administration 7.00 100 Total = 11
  12. 12. Our achievements Around 70% Ekal teachers and workers are Ex. Ekal Vidyalaya Students. Many Ekal Teachers graduated to become govt. Schools teachers A few teachers even bagged best teacher award (Bengal,Vidarbha) Ekal student Pinki Karmakar ran for India with London Olympic Torch, in Nottingham Square on 28th June, 2012 at 12 Noon (London Time). She studied in Barbaruah Tea Garden Village Ekal Vidyalaya 12 in Assam for three years.
  13. 13. Awards to Ekal UTAKRISHTATA SAMMAN 2007-08 from BHARAT VIKAS PARISHAD on 14th February, 2009 at Hyderabad Outstanding Contribution to Social Welfare from PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) on the 17th Dec.2008 at New Delhi 7th Meri Dilli Award in the field of Literacy MNS Media Group on Govt. of Madhya Pradesh on Punjab Kesari Group on from December 19, 2009 in New Delhi Thakkar Bapa Rashtriya Samman 2009 from January 11, 2011 in Bhopal Excellence in Social Services Awards 2011 from September 09, 2011 in New Delhi IMAAN INDIA SAMMAN from Aavishkar Media Group on 8th August 2012 at New Delhi Lala Diwan Chand Trust National Award 2011 from Lala Diwan Chand Trust on 22nd Oct.2012 at New Delhi S.R. Jindal Award 2012 from S.R. Jindal Foundation on 3rd Dec.2012 at New Delhi 13
  14. 14. SOCIAL IMPACT STUDY Independent study was conducted by Tata Dhan Academy under the guidance of Prof. DVR Seshadri, IIMB 14
  15. 15. Social transformation in villages after EKAL movement  Check on liquor consumption  Social Harmony among different Communities  Growing interest in education  Awareness for cleanliness  Health consciousness  Growing awareness for self-reliance – Gram Vikas  Empowerment awareness 15
  16. 16. Way forward Reach 100,000 villages Motivating people of Ekal villages for organic food production with Marketing linkages in nearest towns Reviving local health care traditions Empowering India by establishing “ Gram Swaraj – Self governance ” - As desired by Mahatma Gandhi. 16
  17. 17. JOIN HANDS WITH EKAL Bring Change for betterment Adopt Ekal Vidyalaya Visit Ekal Vidyalaya for value addition Sponsor Ekal Students Help in Capacity Building Financial contribution for one village for one year is Rs. 20,000/DONATIONS ARE EXEMPTED U/S 80G & 35AC Website: www.ekal.org 17
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