SEWA Karmi Through this welfare programme SEWA provides companion to old age people, aged person who lived without any family companion, sick people who needs a competent care giver. SEWA KARMI provides support to these needy people not only companion but also Para medical support, psychological support, housekeeping, maintain health records & coordinating, counseling, food preparation etc. As per the job nature they need extensive training for capacity building with both practical and theoretical knowledge. Our resource team has designed a three months extensive practical training with theoretical class in a hospital environment. The training for SEWA KARMI has been arranged at S D Sahewall Memorial School of Nursing. SEWA KARMIs’ were trained for home care nurses who able to provide medical and personal care to individuals. They typically work for senior citizens as well as patients who want to remain at home but need assistance with dressing, bathing and housework and they are trained to administer medication, monitor vital signs and educate patients on health care. The training provides learners with the skills and knowledge essential to the role of the care and support worker in the home and community care sector. The training includes both theory based classroom training and hospital work experience in Aditya Diagnostics & Hospital. The programme brings employment opportunities to unemployed youth. The minimum qualification for trainee is 10th pass, apart from regular classes with the practical stress is also provided on development of soft skills. Till date three batches of training has been completed. And total 130 youth has successfully completed the training. A hand book is also published for trainees. Placements of trainees are also arranged by SEWA. And various methods for demand generation of SEWA Karmis’ service is adopted by the organization e.g. Advertisement in local TV Channel, leaflets, hoarding are used to promote the service. During the year total fifty six old age and ill patients received services of SEWA KARMI. Out of these forty six were female patients.