In a coastal village in Southern India, S.I.S.P. provides a safe haven for underprivileged children to learn and dream. Their community's reliance on the sea is threatened by environmental degradation, including overfishing, pollution, and the construction of a new port. The depletion of fish stocks intensifies the burden on fishermen, leading to mental health struggles and drug abuse. Tragically, addiction often results in domestic violence, affecting the well-being of children. Despite these challenges, S.I.S.P. instills hope, offering education and support to empower the children in preserving their cultural heritage and striving for a sustainable future.