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Tribal children Literacy

SEWA Canada’s one teacher school program is committed to uplifting tribal communities located in in-accessible remote areas of Assam and Meghalaya states of North east India. At the heart of this endeavor are teachers who educate the young, provide guidance on day to day issues, facilitate problem solving and teach basic first Aid and hygiene. The teachers become an ally to the community inspiring optimism …

and self-determination in the Tribal Kids. SEWA Canada supports 30 such schools in Meghalaya and Assam, India which are educating 1200 tribal children (age 5-15) for better life.

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One Teacher Schools

While children in urban and semi urban India have easy access to education, the children in rural and extremely remote areas have absolutely no access to education due poverty or social reasons. Sewa Canada One Teacher School [OTS] try to fill that gap by bringing education closer to those children. We work with local rural communities by appointing formally educated youth …


Assam Girls Hostel

Sewa Canada believes that if we educate a man we educate a man and if we educate a woman we educate a generation. To realize this belief Sewa Canada is building a residential school for underprivileged girls in Assam/Meghalya. This initiative will provide an opportunity to 55 girls [ approx.] to be successful in their lives after completing their formal education. Sewa intended to expand this project in future READ MORE

Vocational Training Programs

SEWA Canada supports vocational training to poor youth, enabling them to earn their livelihood on their own. These services are provided by highly experienced and motivated professionals and volunteers. To make them face the world, they need to be equipped with appropriate education, physical training, vocational skills and academic proficiencies.