Newsletter August 2022

Make Every Step Count


- Anya and Anwita 
We are Anya and Anwita and we are proud members of the Amudhasri Dance School. We have been learning Bharatanatyam for several years and are currently juniors in high school. We are fortunate enough to have opportunities through dance that have enabled us to give back to our community. September 17th, 2022 marks the day our dance journeys have reached a big milestone, our Arangetram, so we wanted to make this day as impactful as possible. We chose to donate all our proceeds to Ekal Abhiyan, an organization that brings education and empowerment to remote, rural India. Every time we travel to India, we are frequently struck by the dire circumstances that many uneducated rural Indians must endure. This program reaches out to the most remote, rural, and tribal villages, ensuring every family's children receive a proper education.

 

Success story


Naina Manji from Sapikati village, Northeast sambhag, Assam, Tejpur anchal, Etakhola sanch,  studied in Ekal Vidyalaya  for 3 years from 2005 to 2008.

After her 12th she joined ANM Nursing Course for one and a half year in Tejpur Para Medical Institute. She is now working as nurse in Dewcare Hospitals and Research Centre.

 

Guru Purnima celebrated across all Ekal villages


Guru Purnima was celebrated with dedication across all villages of Ekal. The Ekal newsletter team along with all members of Ekal family bow down to pay our respect to all those Gurus who work continuously to enlighten us. 

Guru plays a variety of important roles in the lives of students, including that of a teacher, mentor, motivator, lifelong friend, and inspiration. We express our gratitude to all the Ekal Acharyas for their unwavering dedication in guiding our country's rural and tribal children towards a better future.

 

ANI has tweeted about EOW


Asia’s premier news agency ANI (Asian News International) has tweeted about Ekal On Wheels and appreciated Ekal Abhiyan’s work in reaching out to the interiors of Indian villages and making education possible for our tribal children to get digital/computer education which otherwise might be an impossible dream for them.

 

Parents Day Celebration


On 24th July 2022, Ekal Kids Surat for the first time celebrated Parents Day. Families of Shabri basti, Ekal yuva and Ekal kids and their families participated. Representatives from all dimensions of Ekal Surath participated in this event. The program was the brain child of coordinator of Ekal kids Ms Jyotishika Rati. The program was very inspiring and appreciated by all.

 

Bharat Ke Rang Ekal Ke Sang in Surat


Ekal Abhiyan’s Shri Hari Satsang Samiti organized Bharat Ke Rang Ekal Ke Sang program in Surat on July 16. Post-covid, this was group’s first program in India. They plan to organize more programs all over India in the next six months.

 

Sports event by Ekal, Uttarakhand


Ekal Abhiyan, Uttarakhand organized Kyhelega Bharat Badega Bharat on July 4th in Baikhedi village of Bajpur sanch of Udham Singh Nagar along with Abhyudaya Youth Club.

 

Lifestyle exhibition by FTS, Kolkata


Ekal Sangini, a fashion and lifestyle exhibition organized by Vanbandhu Parishad (FTS) to raise funds to support the activities of Ekal Abhiyan, was a huge success promoting a good cause. Kolkatans visited the exhibition in large numbers to shop for their favorite apparel, silver jewellery, handicraft items and accessories.

 

Shri Ramesh Shah’s visit to Women Empowerment Centre in Telangana and GRC, Wada in July, 2022


 

Vanyatra to Rasulpur Ekal Vidyalaya of Mahua sanch, Vaishali dirstrict of Mithila Bhag of North Bihar by Mahila samithi of FTS, Patna Chapter on 8th July 2022.


 

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