The Sewa Philosophy:-

Sewa is all about social or community service that includes environmental, civic responsibilities, democracy, health and fitness related projects, international and other projects-projects that are able to connect the child to his/ her surroundings or to a cause and is able to generate a sense of responsibility towards it.

The Social Empowerment component to a large extent inspires the SEWA philosophy, which in the Indian environment, refers to the concept of service to the community.

Aims:

To develop a whole person- ie intellectual, personal, social, emotional and social growth.
Learners engaged in this programme are expected to be lifelong learners and, through experiential learning develop as active citizens and caring and compassionate humans.

Objectives:

 To direct children’s minds in constructive activities with positive outcomes through the facilitation of creative and critical thinking which will, in turn, lead them to develop self-confidence and self-esteem.
 To underline the significance of the interdependence of all human beings and our dependence on the environment in a shrinking global village.