Sewa women teach Harvard students

download (18)Late Monday night in Boston, 25 students pursuing masters in public health from Harvard T H Chan School of Public Health gathered post-dinner for an important class. At the same time, three Self Employed Women’s Association (Sewa) workers assembled at their office in Ellis bridge early on Tuesday morning to impart lessons to the students on the cooperative body’s work and on leadership. The interaction session conducted through Skype lasted for an hour. The Harvard students from medical and legal backgrounds, which included 24 girls and one boy of Indian origin, posed questions to Pamila Parmar, president of Lok Swasthya SEWA Health Cooperative Ltd (LSSHCL) and two of her colleagues Subhadra Patel and Ayesha Pathan on their field of work and challenges they have faced…Read More

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