CHENNAI: Samiti for Education, Environment, Social and Health Action (SEESHA), not-for-profit organisation, had the inaugural of the distribution of new clothes event, at Prayer Tower campus, Dr DGS Dhinakaran Road on Sunday. The clothes would benefit 1 lakh poor children and the needy in and around the country, said a press release. Dr Paul Dhinakaran, founder, SEESHA presided over the occasion and DN Kar IRS, director, Income Tax (Exemptions) inaugurated it. During the event, new clothes were distributed to1000 children, besides the assistive devices and sewing machines. SEESHA conducts youth development activities and free tailoring courses to empower women. Vocational training and computer courses are also being offered. Under the leadership of Dr Jeyakumar Daniel, executive director, SEESHA, the programme was organised to serve the poor.