VISION :A Value Based Participatory Society having socio-economic equitability leading towards gender equitable society with Justice, peace and beauty aiming at a dignified quality of life for an environmentally sustainable society.
1. Inclusion of those who have been excluded through the socio-economic extinguished process from the Development Scenario.
2.To germinate the process of representation of all sections of the community in decision making and to make accessible of the inputs of development to the people aiming at good governance.
3.To promote livelihood enhancement entrepreneurship based on sound, environmental values to build an appropriate institutions having qualitative essence and strong financial mechanism for continuation and sustenance for better life living.
4.To be a good service provider for the poor, marginalized and backward sections of people, the SC, ST, OBC and Minority including women and children.
5.To impart 4 Es: Equality, Education, Empowerment, Environment among the target groups for enhancing good governance among them through capacity building for their empowerment in participation of the developmental process to be managed by themselves.
SEED organized an workshop on 19th February, 2017 at Raichak on MHM where a large number of rural women participated. On an average, a woman spends approximately 2,100 days menstruating in her life time which is equivalent to six years of her life. Still 88% of India women are practicing MHM in unhy...
SEED (Society for Socio Economic and Ecological Development), organized a workshop on awareness about conserving and nurturing the marine biodiversity among the coastal women of Sundarban’s Jharkhali Island on 5th June, 2016 on the occasion of World Environment Day. It also focused on the issues o...
“I am very happy with the livelihood initiatives implemented by SEED under the ICZMP in my Panchayat area. They are regularly in touch with me and I wholeheartedly support their endeavours. I appreciate the training programmes offered to the fish producers group by SEED recently. Our traditional fishermen group took benefit of this scientific and new technology fishing techniques.”