Society for Socio Economic & Ecological Development

Society for Socio Economic & Ecological Development

Society for Socio Economic & Ecological Development

Society for Socio Economic & Ecological Development

our impact since 1996

2.7 L

plantations across WB


dropouts mainstreamed

97 K

women empowered

64 K

Life Skill Support of Youths

Convoy of hope

The deadly cyclone “Yaas” has created havoc in West Bengal and Odisha on 26th May, 2021 morning ravaging more than 3 lakh houses in West Bengal and affecting over a crore. Sundarban and East Modnapore has been the worst target with uprooted trees, lamp posts, devastated homes and crops. Millions of homes were devastated making them homeless, forced to live in temporary sheds amid Covid-19 crisis. SEED is coming up with relief support for coastal communities of Sundarban providing them all possible basic amenities, Please support us to help those in distress.


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Since it’s inception SEED has been doing wonderful job towards generating awareness about Biodiversity Conservation, Climate Change effects, Disaster preparedness and plantation. From grassroot community to the school and college students, the awareness programmes and workshops had the participation from all the levels of the Society.

Dr. Debjyoti Bhattacharyya

Assistant Professor, Department of Life Science and Bioinformatics, Assam University, Silchar
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SEED stood beside the Cyclone affected coastal communities of Sundarbans and migratory labours during the Covid-19 crisis like a strong pillar with various relief supports starting from food, clothes and medicines to providing sanitary kits and seeds of paddy and vegetables to farmers. Highly appreciate their nutrition support for the Quarantined patients of a Quarantine Centre in Kolkata.

Sudarsan Das

Assistant Commissioner of Kolkata Police
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The holistic approach of SEED towards rural development programmes by strengthening the community through capacity building, self-governance and sustainable livelihood development programmes are commendable. Besides this, social awareness about health, education, water, sanitation, Climate change and natural resource management for sustainable developments are really praiseworthy.

Debashree Chakraborty

GM, Agri Business, Mahindra & Mahindra, Mumbai
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Working with SEED in generating awareness about Menstrual Hygiene management among the adolescent girls in different schools of Kolkata and surrounding areas has been a great learning experience. Appreciate their efforts of understanding the ground realities and addressing the identified challenges at the ground level while installing sanitary napkin vending machines at free of cost which led to reduced school dropout rate of adolescent girls and stimulated women empowerment.

Prof. Madhumita Dobe

Director Professor, All India Institute of Hygiene & Public Health


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