Amidst the chaos, the city lights, the concrete jungle and a place with big dreams, trees stand tall in a small part of Mumbai city, known as Sanjay Gandhi National Park.
The human population living here survives but does not live, where folks are competent but lack the support needed for their livelihood. This ignored population commonly known as the tribal people are struggling every minute of their lives for the basic human needs.
We, at SEVA are here to bring a change and give them a lending hand for their secure future. SEVA was founded in 2015 by Harish Parekh and two other trustees for their love of wildlife and mother earth. Their passion for serving the nature and wildlife motivated them to help the tribal people in Sanjay Gandhi National Park. The NGO has started various initiatives like tailoring projects and pottery projects to empower the tribal people and provide them with a stable livelihood.
We are focusing on tribal women living in SGNP (Sanjay Gandhi National Park) to give them employment ensuring sustainable development by organizing a tailoring project named ‘LIFE IN EVERY STITCH ‘. We want to make sure that every woman is self-dependent and can shape a better future for themselves and their children.