The All India Movement (AIM) for SEVA is an integrated community development program, reaching out to rural and tribal children across 15 Indian states.
“Our story began with a deep understanding of rural India’s problems: be it the commute to schools, domestic pressure or lack of extra-curricular activities in education.
We thus proposed a solution that has now brought the school to the child’s doorstep: providing access, enhancing the quality of education, providing life skills and an environment that’s conducive to learning: AIM for Seva Free Student Homes(FSH).
A student home is an activity center, a classroom and a learning institute put in one.
Empowering children to learn by providing them a place to live close to their schools; with a clean environment, nutritious food, schooling needs, value based education, extracurricular activities and much more. So that they don’t just keep up with the rest, but lead a life-ready childhood to contribute to their family, society and the country as a whole”.
To transform society through a network of “seva”, of caring, to help each child to contribute to the progress of the nation.
To have education within reach of every child across the nation through the concept of a Free Student Home.
Besides education, their other initiatives centre on primary healthcare through hospitals, clinics and mobile medical units covering over 2 million people across 5 states as well as rural women empowerment programs and community training across villages to help develop self-sufficient societies.