Academics provide children with the ability to not only read extensively, but also to engage and participate in the social and cultural life of the communities.Most importantly, education assures people from all social backgrounds have equal opportunity to have their voices heard in any public sphere.
34 water treatment plants are installed, and over 100,000 people enjoy clean drinking water. New water plants were opened in 2016, changing the lives of of people by providing clean, potable, drinking water to communities in dire need.
Since 2002 our Free Hospital provides quality medical care to communities desperately in need.A team of physicians from the U.S.A. and India collaborate with several local physicians and volunteers to administer free care A team of health professionals includes family physicians, specialists in hypertension, allergy, asthma, oncology and hematology, a diabetes educator, psychiatrist, and dentists.
Since its inception in 2009, the Jubilee Free Housing Project has brought the shelter, safety, and comfort of a new home to thousands of people living below the poverty line. It is a gift to a entire family in critical need which has significantly improved every aspect of their life.
In times of crisis SMVA Trust volunteers from around the world join hands to provide the basic necessities of life. Whether it’s feeding the hungry, clothing the disadvantaged, distributing wheelchairs, organizing blood donation camps or mobilizing in times of natural disasters our volunteers are always ready to compassionately serve those in the most tragic circumstances.
Our US based Medical Camps & Health Fairs bring doctors, specialists and volunteers together so that skilled medical care may be accessible to all those in need. We empower physicians and specialists to donate their expertise & partner with other health organizations to reach out to local communities throughout the US.
Our teams of dedicated volunteers work in soup kitchens and collect food donations to women’s, children’s, & family shelters throughout the U.S. In addition, the “Seva” initiative involves partnering with churches and other philanthropic organizations to serve meals to the hungry in various cities.