Our Projects

SEESHA designs and implements projects relevant to the needs of people from all sections of the society, irrespective of caste, creed, colour, gender or religion. Each of the projects function in their own unique ways to propel the journey towards holistic development, fuelled by indicators such as using education, health, environment and livelihood.The projects are set both in community as well as institutionalised settings. Primarily, we work with children, youth, women, men, families, persons in need of physiological and psychological care, the differently-abled, senior citizens, and victims of natural disasters. Together, these individual projects are equipped with the power to transform entire communities.


Child & Youth Development

SEESHA nurtures young dreams and moulds children and youth into change-makers of their communities and the nation through a range of tailor-made development projects.

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Women Empowerment

At SEESHA, we transform shy, uneducated women into empowered individuals through trainings and development programmes.


Service to the Elderly

SEESHA reaches out to the elderly who are abandoned and destitute in order to assure them a healthy and dignified retired life.

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Differently-abled Care

With the vision of an inclusive society, SEESHA trains, counsels and motivates the differently-abled to lead independent and self-sufficient lives.

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Health Outreach Projects

SEESHA health outreach projects aim to make quality healthcare affordable to the poor, even in the remotest of communities.


Disaster Relief & Rehabilitation

SEESHA’s country-wide network of volunteers responds to the need for relief, providing basic provisions and financial assistance to those affected by natural disasters.


Our Reach


SEESHA’s work is channelized to reach out to persons from all sections of society. This includes: Children Youth Women Senior Citizens Differently-abled P ...


SEESHA’s geographic reach extends to over 16 States in India, where lakhs of lives are being transformed through a range of development initiatives. COM ...

Project Spotlight

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Over 260 families belonging to the Koravar scheduled tribe reside in the community of 76 Plots – Ashreyah Colony, Gadag (Karnataka, India), most of whom are pig rearers, scavengers and broomstick makers. The children in this community are first-generation learners with no access to supplementary learning. Most of their parents are uneducated, and are unable to help them with school work and assignments. There is also a high tendency to dropout of school among these children.

Seeing the need, SEESHA has started a CHILD LEARNING CENTRE for over 152 children, where evening study sessions are being organised in a common outdoor space. While this setup is effective temporarily, a concrete floor and a roof above their heads is needed to help them study without difficulty in all seasons.

How You Can Help

SEESHA has identified a land in the community and acquired permission to construct a shed which can be used by the children for their daily study sessions. The total cost of constructing the shed is Rs. 90,000 (INR). You can make your contribution towards its construction and help these children learn!

[DONATE NOW] to our Child Development Project and mention “Roof in the Comments section.

To read more about Child Learning Centres, click here.

Donate towards building a roof for the Learning Centre

Select “Child Development” and mention “Roof” in the Comments field.

Add Colour to the Life of a Child

Donate towards “Child Development” and mention “New Clothes” in the Comments field.

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To learn more about the NEW CLOTHES project, click here.

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    Dr. Paul Dhinakaran

    Founder, SEESHA

    A philanthropist and educationist, Dr. Paul Dhinakaran established SEESHA in 2003 as the manifestation of his vision in humanitarian service. His personal motto, “Let’s give life” is also the tagline of SEESHA.

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