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Since 2004, SEWA-AIFW has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the undeserved vulnerable population of South Asians in the Twin Cities and around. Education and resources that are culturally tailored in the areas of Health, Education, Economics and housing. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time.
We understand the challenges that South Asian seniors face in the United States and offer various...
We are dedicated to improve physical and mental health of the South Asian Community living in Minnesota...
Formed in 2004, SEWA-AIFW is a non-governmental, nonprofit 501c3 organization committed to bringing total family wellness to the South Asian Indian community...
SEWA-AIFW is filing for Adult Day Center. CONTACT US for any feedback you may have on this issue. Call (952) 912-9100 to speak to an advocate about this project.
Some Start Up Funds are needed. For Donation click the button below or donate through GiveMN. Right now 100% funds will be directed to the Adult Day Center. Your support is indeed appreciated.
Project Vikalp Ka Sanman - (Honoring Choices) The Conversation
Project Vikalp Ka Summan (Honoring Choices) - The Conversation, is SEWA's public engagement campaign to engage the South Asian community in a conversation on advanced care planning and medical directives. CONTACT US if you are interested in participating or hosting an event.
Joint Collaboration between SEWA-AIFW, Devotees of Maple Grove Hindu Temple and Maple Grove Hindu Temple are sponsoring Bhutanese New Americans a trip to the Temple once a month. Call (952) 912-9100 for more information.
More funds are needed to make this trip once a week instead once a month.For Donation Click the button below.
$33,560.00 Worth Volunteer Hours So Far! Our Sincere Thanks to All Volunteers!
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Ruchi Gupta, a physician at Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago, is working with a resident physician at Lurie Children's as well as with researchers at Children's Mercy Hospital to explore the types of foods causing allergic reactions among adults and children of Asian Indian origin. They have created a voluntary survey to gather data on this topic, on which very little is known.
The information they obtain will be used to advance knowledge regarding allergies among individuals of Asian Indian origin.
We hold Women's events at various locations, bringing the new immigrant and refugee...