Our Mission

Our Mission




v  Educational & Scholarship Program for poor under privilege students

v  Earth Quake Victims Relief Camp

v  Educational Program in SAARC countries, especially in Nepal

v  Free Medical Camp in villages.

v  Computer Training Program.

v  Vocational Training on Embroidery, Knitting, Stiching Program for under privilege women

v  Clean & Green Environment Program.


Mission Education is a national level program of Borisu Sesang Foundation, which is committed to providing basic education and healthcare to underprivileged children. Borisu Sesang Foundation believes that whether you are addressing healthcare, poverty, population control, unemployment or human rights, there's no better place to start than in the corridors of education.


Education is both the means as well as the end to a better life; means, because it empowers an individual to earn his/her livelihood and the end because it increases one's awareness on a range of issues – from healthcare to appropriate social behavior to understanding one's rights, and in the process evolve as a better citizen. 


Borisu Sesang Foundation’s educational initiatives include Nursery Pre-Primary and Class-I. It works for education for needy children who are under difficult circumstances, such as child labour, children of poorest of the parents, street and runaway children, children with rare disabilities, disaster struck children and slum children. Special emphasis is given on girl education and women education, so that they and their families get empowered.


Since its inception in 2016, more than 68 children have directly benefitted from our Education NGO program.



Borisu Sesang Foundation on Wheel
He who has health has hope; and he who has hope has everything” 


India has made rapid strides in the health sector since independence. However, various eye opening data from National Family Health Survey (NFHS) clearly indicate that access to healthcare still remains a challenge. While the health statistics of


rural India continue to be poor, the health status and access to health for the poor in urban slum dwellers has surfaced to be equally deplorable. Despite accounting for 1/4th of the country’s poor population, urban areas have less than 4% of government


primary health care facilities. Urban slum dwellers suffer from adverse health conditions owing to mainly two reasons –first the lack of education and thus lack of awareness; and second the unwillingness to lose a day’s wage in order to reach the nearest medical facility. Health for underprivileged, which is a desperate need, thus remains unaddressed. As a result, cases of poor women health, malnourishment in children and deaths from preventable diseases from such areas are always high.

The neglect in even the simplest preventive medical treatment usually leads to a more serious ailment and eventually into deaths. The need of the hour is thus a two pronged approach – first to bring quality health care services to doorsteps of the needy and second to promote healthcare awareness and contemporary health care seeking behavior among the underprivileged. 

In such a scenario a mobile health care services delivery system is the most practical mechanism. And in subscription to this view, Borisu Sesang Foundation has initiated the Smile on Wheels programme. This is a unique mobile hospital programme that seeks to address problems of mobility, accessibility and availability of primary health care with a special focus on children and women, in urban slums and remote rural areas. 

Fulfilling the requirement of a health NGO in India, the Borisu Sesang Foundati
on on Wheels programme at present is working in Sravasti, Uttar Pradesh.


To work for the cause and care of disadvantaged persons and to improve their quality of life.


Help India envisions a society where women, children, elderly have the right to an active, healthy and dignified life. We are integrating our programmes and services, and consciously moving from welfare towards development and long term sustainability for all the deprived. We are working closely with SHG women groups, Street Children, Disabled persons and encouraging them to speak up for their own rights.


In our continuing fight against poverty, isolation and neglected persons though we have made significant strides, but they are just a drop in the ocean.


We hope to achieve the following milestones by the Year 2025.: