November 26, 2012
I am impressed with how much SEWA is able to accomplish with very limited resources. SEWA serves the vulnerable and under served population from South Asian descent. I have met many people who have benefited from the SEWA and they all appreciate the fact that SEWA is sensitive their cultural needs. They all felt that without SEWA services they would have been lost and completely confused as to what their rights and options are. SEWA bridges the gap between the government services and the new immigrant population who is new to this culture and system. I am glad that I have had the opportunity to serve this population through SEWA programs.
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