Affiliations & Networks

Homenet South Asia

HomeNet South Asia (HNSA) is a Regional network of Homebased workers (HBWs) organization in South Asia. About 290 organizations are with HNSA through National Network in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. It has evolved as a focal point and the collective voice of the homebased workers in the South Asian region. The strength of the HomeNet lies in its grassroots membership and the technical support it extends to its members. At the same time HNSA carries the voice of the homebased workers at the National, Regional and International levels, to influence legislation, policies and programmes.

Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing (WIEGO)

WIEGO is a global network focused on securing livelihoods for the working poor, especially women, in the informal economy.

National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI)

NASVI is an organization working for the protection of the livelihood rights of thousands of street vendors across the country. Beginning as a Network in 1998, NASVI was registered in 2003 under the Societies registration Act of 1860.

The main objective behind establishing NASVI was to bring together the street vendor organizations in India so as to collectively struggle for macro-level changes which had become imminent to support the livelihood of around 10 million vendors which stand severely threatened due to outdated laws and changing policies, practices and attitudes of the powers that be.

NASVI is a national federation of street vendor organizations. It is a coalition of Trade Unions, Community Based Organizations (CBOs), Non Government Organizations (NGOs) and professionals.

Helpers near me (HNM)

With the help of technology, Helpers Near Me enables the less educated Unskilled, Partly Skilled & Skilled Unorganized Workers to find Work Opportunities, locally, free of cost and without any middlemen in between. In turn, through its web & mobile apps, the platform helps Employers find the Workers from nearby localities. The Workers could be Domestic Workers, Store Workers, Office Workers, School Workers, Restaurant & Hotel Workers, Salon Workers, Construction Workers, Hospital & Clinic Workers, and similar other Unorganized Workers.
SEWA is working closely with Helpers Near Me to help its SEWA Delhi members find work opportunities, locally.

Annual Report

SEWA Bharat Annual Report 2015-2016