Bringing Justice to Environment and Mankind through new Employment Opportunities in Organic Cultivation
Interactive Session among Tribal Community Youth in order to develop Self-Sustenance
Right Technology and right guidance - That's how we believe to Empower Women
Depicting our workmanship during an Exhibition to Public Representative
What's New ?
It is an organization for poor, vulnerable and every energetic Indian who believes in himself. It organizes vulnerable workers for full employment of work security, income security, food security including health care, child care and shelter. Helping to achieve people goals of full employment and self reliance through the strategy of struggle and development.
This organizations help those groups that earn a living through their own labour or small business. Gandhian thinking is the guiding force for SEWA's poor, self employed members in organizing for social change. The main goal to avail the new opportunities with regard to employment, strengthening women’s leadership, confidence, representation in policy making and bargaining power within or outside their homes.
It involves the struggle against the many constraints and limitations imposed on people by society and the economy, while development activities strengthen bargaining power and offer them new alternatives. Practically the strategy is carried out through the joint action of union and co-operatives. Enhancing of women empowerment by developing their communication and work skill is the main objective of this organization.
Understanding the Need
Designing the Solution
Scalining the Model
Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.
-- Winston S. Churchill.
With the hope of bringing positive changes to the society we started our journey in 2012 and till date we are working on different sectors and trying to help the vulnerable class of the society every possible way. As Socio economic, education and culture, research and development, agriculture and environment protection is our responsibility towards the society and we works on the development of these sectors. Hundreds of students benefited by our internship program, large number of unemployed youths are engaged in our projects and numbers of women are benefited by our training program. Here some of our beneficiaries sharing their success stories.
Ubaidulla KV (Intern), Central University of Kerala doing an internship in SEWA (NGO)
Mr. Mahananda Gogoi
And here comes the end to one month internship at SEWA, Assam. Thank you SEWA and Bibek Bora for giving us a wonderful exposure and experience through working with your NGO."
I feel SEWA and SEWA team are a source of inspiration for prospective entrepreneurs from Northeast India. I say this because you guys have often displayed a positive attitude towards work and have delivered in tough times. SEWA's problem-solving nature and your zeal are exemplary and we have often used SEWA's example when discussing our project."
Although I do not know how much I have been able to contribute to the work of your organisation, but I am very much inspired by your spirit and the kind of work you are trying to do through SEWA. The acronym “SEWA” itself speaks about the philosophy your organisation has adopted. It is 'Sewa' which is 'selfless service' to the society and I have seen this organisation pursuing works which is for the benefit of the common man and their welfare. While being conscious of the various issues confronting our society today, SEWA has chosen to address those which are to your capacity and gradually building up the capacities of our rural population to be self-reliant. This is the approach which should be adopted by spirited leaders of your Organisation to make our society strong and thus contribute to the state and the nation. Such work should inspire more and more people to render 'SEWA' / 'selfless service'. Wishing SEWA the very best in this journey and I pray to the Almighty to guide every member of the organisation towards the destined goal.