God resides where there’s cleanliness. Children of Sewa Bharti Dwarka Zilla did Swachhata Abhiyaan in a very unique way. Children went to houses of Basti people and spoke about cleanliness of houses, body and surroundings. They had messages about cleanliness on their chests and were looking very cute. They took out Awareness Padyatras also in limited areas.
Children are very talented and show enthusiasm to learn quickly.
Sewa Bharti Sanstha is working for poor community silently since 1979. Sewa Bharti’s mission is to help and support the less privileged segments of our society without any bias of caste, creed, class, color or religion. Its vision is shaping the society so that everyone gets an opportunity to live his/her life very comfortably with self esteem.
Its main activities are Balwadi, Bal Sanskar Kendra, Silai Shiksha, Kishori Vikas, Mehandi and beauty parlor and whatever is the demand of the community, Sanstha tries to arrange.
In Dwarka Sewa Bharti has eight centres at following areas:
1.Brahampuri 2.Vijay Enclave 3.Indra Park(Sagarpur) 4.Jagdamba Vihar 5.Manglapuri Phase I 6.Manglapuri Phase II
7.Pochanpur 8.Durga Park
In Brahm Puri, the activities are Balwadi, Stitching Classes and Bal Sanskar Kendra.
In Vijay Enclave and Jagdamba Vihar, we have Stitching classes for young girls to make them self reliant.
Indra Park runs Balwadi, Bal Sanskar and Stitching classes.
Durga Park has Computer and English speaking classes.
Pochanpur runs Balwadi and Stitching classes . Pochanpur centre is the latest edition and was opened on 25th July 2018. It has 30 street Children.
Sewa Bharti at Delhi level runs Matrichhaya in Paschim Vihar and Paharganj to give a new life to the abandoned newly born kids. Sewa Bharti runs a Dialisys centre in Ashok Vihar at a very low cost.
Sewa Bharti runs about 1,77,000 activities all over India.
In Delhi alone it has 1000 plus activities through its more than 200 centres.
Our volunteers do survey in Bastis of the city and encourage kids, girls and ladies to join Sewa Bharti Kendras for normal education, coaching and even vocational training.
Centres are open in Bastis only so that it’s easy for everyone to commute. Labourers and maid servants drop their children in the nearby centre and go for work peacefully.
After the routine work, ladies can learn stitching, beauty parlour or whatever suits them.
All activities are for 3 hours.
Donors and other middle class people do visit these centers on special occasions like birthdays of their kids and they do distribute some biscuits, chips fruits and even stationery items etc.
Teachers who take classes are also from near by Bastis only. There is a lot of focus on imbibing moral values, duties towards the society and the nation in Sewa Bharati Kendras.
Sewa Bharati celebrates all festivals and National days in its centres and tries to involve other people of bastis.
Sewa Bharati inculcates love, respect and care for all following the principles of Sewa, Sanskaar, Samrasta and Samridhi.
Sewa Bharti also organises Indian music, Indian dance, sports and other cultural activities for these people staying in Bastis.
Sewa Bharti tries to develop the overall personality of these poor to make them self confident and self reliant.
Sewa Bharti runs a Sewa Dham Vidya Mandir School at Mandoli in district Gaziabad with hostel facilities. It is affiliated to CBSE board and doing a great job by educating poor children. Free education, Free food, and free shelter for these about 330 poor children.
Gopal Dham (a family oriented destitute home) has been established on 10,000 sq yds land near Gaziabad border to accommodate children from all walks of life i.e. Socially Backward Communities, OBC’s , Orphans, financially backward and victims of terrorism. Sewa Bharti Delhi has adopted 66 children from Indian Army’s Sadbhawna Yojna out of which 24 children belong to muslim community. The unbiased service to all children is a unique example of Social Integrity and Unity demonstrated by Sewa Bharti through its numerous activities aimed at uplifting the less privileged masses of India.
Secretary, Dwarka Zilla