All India Rural Empowerment Program AIREP is a people’s movement aimed at improving the quality of life mainly in rural India by strengthening Education, Vocation and Healthcare. The pilot project is functional in Paldi Kankaj village near Ahmedabad and VolunTeaching (Education) is also functional in Mulsan and Gilosan villages of Mehsana district.
Swashodhan’s objective is to provide modern education especially for underprivileged children in rural and urban setting. The focus is going to be Dharmic education combined with modern education. Gurukul type of education. Man and machine making education.
Provide Dharmic education to all age groups via meditation, cultural and yoga centers.
Provide education to all age groups in respecting Mother Nature.
Do not exclude any other services.
These institutions have to be financially self-supporting in the long run.
Empower the Farmers
Farmers in India severely lack access to information which can significantly change their profession. The information includes weather report, crop price, diseases, how to etc.While technology is rapidly reaching the people to every corner of the world, Indian farmers can be provided with cheap and convenient tools to improve knowledge, productivity and income.
Focus of “NammaRaitha” Project from eKisaan foundation is to “Educate, Engage & Empower” our farming community. NammaRaitha is an intuitive interactive farmer’s platform, with multi language support, that acts as a catalyst to engage farmers, share best practices among farmers and facilitate higher interaction in the process.
As part of this “NammaRaitha” project, information will be shared in an interactive manner with our farming community. This information falls broadly into 3 categories – Crop related, Real-time information, Benefits & policies. In addition, Namma-Raitha platform focuses to continuously engage/interact with farmers bringing right SMEs as needed to make an immediate positive impact to farmers.
NammaRaitha is a platform that will act as a catalyst to share best practices among farmers and facilitate higher interaction. In addition, this project also aims at providing educational & basic healthcare info to farmer’s families. The tablet can be customized to a local language.
GIBV partner’s e-Kisaan tablet can be a great tool for farmers.
In this approach, A ‘kisaan club’ is formed in a village and a low-cost Tablet is provided to them which will cost around INR 10,000 ($150).
It will work both on-line and off-line