About SEWA UK
In the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit, Sewa means Service – a unique concept of Service – Selfless Efforts for Welfare of All. Sewa UK is a Hindu faith-based humanitarian non-profit service organization.
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Sewa is a universal concept, which involves performing an act of kindness without expectation of reward. It is performed selflessly and without ulterior motive. As a concept, Sewa in embedded in Indian traditions, and is actively promoted by different cultures and faiths – as the core belief is the same – to sacrifice your time and resources for the benefit of others without expectation of anything in return.
Anni Dewani High School
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Appeal by SEWA UK after the deadly Kashmir floods in 2014. Find out more…
Abrar Unit Donation
SEWA UK donated devices to help people with visual impairment access reading materials. Find out more…
SEWA UK have built a school in Jawhar, India for children with special needs. Find out more…
Chhinka - Northern Flood
SEWA UK developed new school after devastating flood. Find out more…
Chennai / Tamil Nadu Flood
SEWA UK provided relief after devastating flood. Find out more…
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...read more
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...read more
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...read more