How do we work

We work through the following (SEA SeVa BHIM) principles:
    • Sustainable Development
    • Experiential Education and Learning
    • Applied Research
    • Social Entrepreneurship
    • Volunteer Action by self-motivated youth
    • Building Local Capacities, Resilience and Emergency Preparedness
    • Humanitarian Assistance and Community Welfare
      • Integration of Rational Selfishness and Collective Needs
    • Motivated Minds come before Materials, and Money
Our work approach and strategy include the following:
  1. Develop and implement projects aligned with global goals – SDGs;
  2. Harness the potential of social entrepreneurship and volunteer action  (SEVA) by youth;
  3. Develop local civic institutions to leverage and build partnerships;
  4. Create opportunities for interested aspiring local women and young leaders to develop global perspectives, explore their own potential, develop leadership skills, and contribute to community based sustainable development initiatives (YouWA – young womens’ association, and YouVA – youth for volunteer action);
  5. Leverage and utilise the potential of university students and young professionals through Academic Fieldwork and Research Internships (EI-AFRI);
  6. Work in cyclic teams with a sense of collaborative ownership and lateral team management.

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