There are three unique features that make SeSTA stand out in the development space in the Northeast and in the country:
A revolving fund based model of engagement rather than a grant-based:
SeSTA believes that communities on their own are capable of being sustainable changes in their own lives. As such, professionals in SeSTA engage with the community to capacitate them and so many of the investments in agriculture, micro-enterprises and water bodies in private land are through a revolving fund model rather than a complete grant-based model.
Measurement, Evaluation and Learning (MEL):
MEL, working with Management Group and other functions, provides all the requisite technological as well as research-based support and feedback to all the functions to help them function more effectively and efficiently.
Transparent value-driven democratic systems:
With strong financial and accounting systems in place, SeSTA is a professionally managed, value-based organization with strong internal governance system in place. With a focus on collective leadership, SeSTA is also an equal opportunities organization that strives to achieve gender balance and diversity.
Presently working in 457 villages across 14 districts of Assam and Tripura, SeSTA plans to expand its operations to other parts of Assam and states of the North East Region.
|Assam||Chirang||Borobazar, Manikpur, Sidli||73|
|Assam||Darrang||Pashim Mangaldoi, Pub Mangaldoi||14|
|Tripura||West Tripura||Hezamara, Jirania, Mandwi||64|