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Dear Friends,

In this last issue in the series of Bulletins on SSSIO’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic, we feature educational initiatives to better inform professionals and the public about this crisis, and the constructive SSSIO educational programmes to assist everyone.

Raising Awareness and Education on the Covid-19 pandemic

The SSSIO held an international webinar for healthcare professionals on April 11, 2020 with medical experts addressing the state-of-art management of Covid-19. On April 12, a follow-up webinar was held for the general public, titled “Facts and Myths on COVID-19: How to Serve Society during this Crisis” (see Further information is also available at:

In July 2020, three doctors of the medical assistance team of the SSSIO of Brazil held a live conference about the pandemic and a follow-up session was held on prevention and medical care. Both presentations were uploaded onto YouTube.

The Sri Sathya Sai Community Centre in Iztapalapa, Mexico organized a briefing on the virus for the community.

In March 2020, medical volunteers from the SSSIO of Sri Lanka organized a Covid-19 preventive educational programme in three villages.

Sri Lanka

Furthering Education

In the Dominican Republic, the August 2020 graduation ceremony for the International Diploma in Sathya Sai Education in Human Values took place at the Autonomous University in Santo Domingo, with all participants wearing masks and with social distancing.

Dominican Republic

In collaboration with others, members of the SSSIO of Australia donated over 200 new books to needy students attending schools in remote parts of the country. In September 2020, SSSIO of Suriname distributed school supplies to 140 children in four districts, while maintaining safety protocols.


Fourteen volunteers of the SSSIO of Mexico developed, designed, translated, and illustrated new SSEHV materials, along with newly composed songs for the country’s Institute of Sathya Sai Education.

Students from the South East Denver Sri Sathya Sai Center, Colorado, USA built an online website to lift the spirits of the most vulnerable and the elderly in nursing homes and to provide information on how to volunteer.


Young Adults from the Sri Sathya Sai Center of Rochester in New York joined the Grand Street Settlement project in their Early Childhood Program to provide educational resources to children in low-income families.

New York

These are some of the selfless service activities organized by the SSSIO in many countries. For further information, please visit us at or or Telegram or WhatsApp.

With best regards,

Media Committee
Sri Sathya Sai International Organization