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 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.

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Current Appeals

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Cochlea Pune

Cochlea Pune

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Vathsalyam - Kanyakumari

Vathsalyam – Kanyakumari

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Medics4Sewa

Medics4Sewa

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Past Projects

Divya School

Divya School

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Arunodaya Special School

Arunodaya Special School

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Latest News

Divya School Jawhar

Divya School Jawhar A new residential school for children with disabilities. Click to view the following reports: Report of activities of Divya Vidyalaya for 2017-18 Support received by Divya Vidyalaya in 2017-18 from Trilokchand Papriwal Trust

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UTTARAKHAND RELIEF UPDATE 2016

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...

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Second Sewa UK School opened in Jammu & Kashmir

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...

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Nepal

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...

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