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Education Right To Development

Education Programme by Sadguru Foundation

A quality education not only builds knowledge, capabilities, life skills and values amongst children but also develops their creative, social and emotional abilities. It is crucial for their cognitive and personal development, including critical thinking and problem-solving. We believe that every child should be able to go to school and complete their education without any discrimination based on gender, caste or socio-economic status.

Health & Nutrition Right To Survival

Proper nutrition and quality primary healthcare are essential for a child’s physical, mental and cognitive development. Timely, regular and adequate intake of essential nutrition is necessary from the time of conception itself to avoid long-term and in some cases, irreversible damage to the child’s health. We believe that no child should suffer from malnutrition or poor health irrespective of their socio-economic background.

Digital reading and learning

Children at Sadguru Foundation enjoy the digital library that has vast collection of books ranging from Pre-Primary, Primary, Middle, Secondary, Sr. Secondary to University level. This past year, many more children accessed (online and offline) various books. Each Family home is equipped with a basic computer system, which children use one by one during their leisure. Besides using academic books, a number of Motivational, Autobiography and Britannica Series also occupy their minds. The chapter wise questions and workbooks have been most popular amongst them, especially for those children who are appearing for Board Exams.


Less than half of India's children between the age 6 and 14 go to school. A little over one-third of all children who enroll in grade one reach grade eight. At least 35 million children aged 6 - 14 years do not attend school. 53% of girls in the age group of 5 to 9 years are illiterate. In India, only 53% of habitation has a primary school. In India, only 20% of habitation has a secondary school. On an average an upper primary school is 3 km away in 22% of areas under habitations. In nearly 60% of schools, there are less than two teachers to teach Classes I to V.

Safety & Protection Right To Protection

All children are vulnerable to neglect, violence and abuse but marginalization further compounds such vulnerability. Exposure to unsafe environments can negatively impact the physical, emotional, mental and social development of the child and the damage is often permanent. We believe that building a safe environment for all children, till the age of 18 years, is critical to protect them from abuse and exploitation.