Sewa Development Trust Sindh (SDTS)
Sewa Development Trust Sindh is a humanitarian, non-profit organization of Sindh that was founded by a group of leading Development Professionals and Human Rights activists in 2002 which implements humanitarian and development activities across Sindh province of Pakistan.
The word Sewa means service, in the Sindhi/Hindi language
SDTS is lead by Ms. Amber Balouch, founder and chairperson, and laureate winner of the Women’s World Summit Foundation Switzerland (WWFS) award for the year 2002 in the field of “rural women’s creativity”.
SDTS is working in the Sindh province of Pakistan where Pakistan has experienced the worst floods in its history.
SDTS has many international funding partners and has initiated many succesful project helping women and children with education and skills projects and, more recently, providing relief aid to flood survivors.
SDTS is based in the Sindh province of Pakistan and we have established a Vocational Training Centre for Women at Muhalla Nizamani Khairpur to build skills an professional training for women.
All staff members at the Training Centre are women; female instructors are appointed for sewing/tailoring and embroidery work. The centre is fully equipped with furniture, auto power zigzag and sewing machines.