eVidyaloka – Online Volunteers to educate rural India

source: evidyaloka.org
link: Volunteer Partner Registration

eVidyaloka is a not-for-profit organization that focuses on transforming the educational landscape of rural India. Registered under the Trusts Act, the organization creates digital classrooms for children in remote villages, with the support of local communities and Volunteer Teachers from across the globe. With standardized lesson plans and teaching aids for a consistent learning experience, the children from government schools receive e-quality education for a promising & rewarding future.

Why Partner with eVidyaloka:

eVidyaloka believes in partnering with like-minded people to help the children across villages receive quality education, and address the shortage of more than 1.2 million teachers in the Indian government schools.

eVidyaloka is seeking out partner organizations to join hands with, and strengthen the Indian volunteer community across the globe. The endeavor is to work closely with groups of varied number of members and cultivate long-term partnerships with corporates, social enterprises, fellow non-profits and volunteer organizations among others. The objective is to assist one another and welcome more Volunteer Teachers to impart education to children in remote villages of India via Digital Classrooms.

Volunteers share their time and skills to teach, and a variety of organizations and/or groups of varied intents and purposes get together to collectively extend the resource of their efforts to become a Volunteer Teacher.

How can you help:

Float a volunteer mail among the employees, groups’ members, students, individuals
Organize an Orientation Session to throw light on the eVidyaloka model and how one can contribute
Social Media Support
Support eVidyaloka’s volunteer campaigns
Organize and pitch volunteering opportunities of eVidyaloka at events

Jeevan Stem Cell Foundation

source: bethecure.in
source: jeevan.org
source: millioncells.in
link: Jeevan Youtube Channel

The Stem Cell Registry

Stem Cells from adult donors help Indians with blood cancer, Thalassemia and immune deficiency diseases. See more about the eligibility. To become a donor, first join the registry through this online form.

If you know of anyone organizing a blood camp, write to Jeevan or call +91 44 4350 4246 and ask them to send their team over to collect blood and DNA samples for their registry. Sponsors are always welcome and earn the undying gratitude of the many people whose lives can be saved.

Every year over 120,000 Indians are diagnosed with blood cancers and another 10000 children are born with diseases like Thalassemia. They can hope for a 60 to 80% chance of cure, if they find matching stem cell donors. The chance of finding a donor in the family is less than 30%. The match is highly ethnicity dependent and hence the chance of finding a match in an Indian registry is over 70%..

Stem Cells from donated cord blood can help children with a body weight less than 30 Kg. Other patients will need a larger number of cells and that can only be obtained from a donor either as Peripheral Blood Stem Cell (PBSC) donation or Bone Marrow Donation.

Bone Marrow Registry is a database of potential stem cell donors, whose Human Leucocyte Antigen (HLA) is typed by Jeevan and stored in a server. When a patient needs a donor, the matching donor is identified from the database. He / she is then counseled, medically examined and then encouraged to donate stem cells. These stem cells are used for the treatment of patients.

Ammai Appar Agam

Ammai Appar Agam is a trust registered in Chennai that plans to build and run an old age home cum orphanage in Thiruvanamalai where children are adopted and live with the elder inmates in little bamboo cottages.

They plan to grow trees and shrubs which have medicinal value, operate a Siddha clinic and run a gurukulam that gives the children all-round knowledge (vidyalaya).

Also planned is to digitize and publish books on Shaiva Siddhantam, which theology will form the basis of their education and practices.

If your interested to know more, check back to this page for updates / contact Mr Anbarasu at ja62@hotmail.com.


This page offers information to people on how to help Beggars and Houseless people.

Many people are against giving money to beggars especially children or people who seem fit and able. What these people need is education and vocational training and an opportunity to work.

So if you do not have the capacity to help further, please consider helping us gain the right information and spread it. And when possible, take the time to talk to these economically disadvantaged people and find out their problems and suggest places / people who can help them.