Mahila SEWA Trust was awarded $2,420,000 between 1990 and 2014, including 10 grants in Population & Reproductive Health and MacArthur Award for Creative & Effective Institutions.

$100,000

2014 • 2 years, 3 months • Population & Reproductive Health

Mahila SEWA Trust (SEWA) will implement and evaluate a young people’s sexual and reproductive health project in urban and rural areas in the state of Gujarat. The project aims to increase young people’s information about sexual and reproductive health and improve their access to services. The grant will also build the capacity of young people in the intervention areas to establish youth groups to mobilize demand for and secure access to reproductive and sexual health services. SEWA will partner with the Indian Institute for Public Health, Gandhinagar for an evaluation of the intervention.

$200,000

2010 • 3 years, 2 months • Population & Reproductive Health

To develop and demonstrate a young people's sexual and reproductive health program in the Ahmedabad district of Gujarat (over three years).

$650,000

2009 • 3 years • MacArthur Award for Creative & Effective Institutions

To scale up maternal health and community health insurance programs to reduce maternal mortality in India.

$200,000

2007 • 3 years • Population & Reproductive Health

To scale up health insurance to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity in Gujarat and nationally (over three years).

$250,000

2004 • 3 years • Population & Reproductive Health

For a program to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity among self-employed women in the Ahmedabad district of Gujarat (over three years).

$200,000

1999 • 4 years, 3 months • Population & Reproductive Health

To train midwives to provide broader reproductive health services (over three years).

$10,000

1995 • 1 year

To support activities related to the Fourth World Conference on Women.

$10,000

1995 • 1 year • Population & Reproductive Health

To support activities related to the NGO conference held in conjunction with the Fourth World Conference on Women.

$350,000

1992 • 7 years, 5 months • Population & Reproductive Health

To support leadership development, training of traditional birth attendants, and video production (over three years).

$450,000

1990 • 7 years, 8 months

To support training programs in health, economics, and basic management skills for members, who work in the informal sector of the economy and include street vendors, cart pullers, and landless laborers.

Stay Informed
Sign up for periodic news updates and event invitations.
Check out our social media content in one place, or connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn.