Author Archive for: Sewa
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Tamil Nadu Flood Relief Appeal Sewa UK appeals to our benevolent donors to provide relief to those affected by the Tamil Nadu Flood. The area has seen unprecedented rain and leaves behind it, a trail of destruction. Direct Payments: Sewa UK HSBC Bank, Shirley Branch, West Midlands Sort Code 40-41-27 A/C No. 01519026 [Ref: TN […]
Sewa International inaugurated its first school in a remote village, Chhinka, in district Chamoli (Uttarakhand) on December 5, 2015. It is a co-ed school with 148 students receiving education till 8th class. The old school was badly damaged during Uttarakhand floods in 2013 and needed to be re-built. After inspection of the damaged site in […]
The second Sewa UK School in Jammu & Kashmir is currently under construction at Salana, District Kishtwar. The existing school at Salana ( currently run by Bhartiya Shiksha Samiti, J&K), has suffered extensive damages over the last few years as a result of earthquakes and the heavy floods of 2014. It has around 125 students till 8th class and […]
A major earthquake struck Nepal on April 25 resulting in more than 8600 deaths and 18,000 injuries. The earthquake seriously affected more than 12 districts and 8 million people. See the Year End report on the rehabilitation effort. Further information: Appeal overview 5th May – Report 8th May – Report 13th May – 2nd Earthquake Update 18th May – Relief […]
4000 CHILDREN have Cerebral Palsy in the district of Latur, Maharastra Yet there is ONLY 1 CENTRE Providing support for only 40 OF THESE CHILDREN. Read more…
Wheelchairs sent by Sewa UK find good homes.
On 7th September on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, Cycle4Sewa made its third annual appearance at the Redbridge Cycling Centre with the aim to raise as much money for SEWA UK. With the success achieved over the past 2 years, Swayamsevaks and Sevikas from Newham Nagar were aiming to raise more money, to make the event […]