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SEEDS Annual Report 19-20
As we enter a new decade, SEEDS has been evolving its strategic direction for 2030. Building on our work over the last 25 years, we seek to serve the bottom 1% of those most vulnerable to climate emergencies. To carry out this urgent task, we realise we cannot do it alone. In the last one year, SEEDS has invested in building partnerships with Government, expert institutions and grassroots organisations across the country aligned to our shared objective. The challenges only grow increasingly vast. As this year draws to a close, we face the danger of COVID-19; a national lockdown; and the imperative to swiftly pivot our programmes to continue serving those most in need.

Guidestar certification
SEEDS continues to hold certified membership award with the GuideStar India Transparency Key. For latest updates, financials and documents, please visit our profile on GuideStar India
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Local Leadership for Disaster Resilience – Profiles from Asia and the Pacific
As disaster risks are growing more intense, complex, and unpredictable, it calls for a new approach to resilience building and planning. This is a challenge that cannot be addressed by formal institutions alone. Local leaders often possess the capacity to innovate and have a strong understanding of local systems, politics, and culture.

Resilience – SEEDS Quarter Newsletter – Vol 3
The third edition of our newsletter offers glimpses of our work in the last quarter. For a full read,
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Celebrating Resilience
20 years ago on 26 January 2001, 6.9 magnitude earthquake devastated state of Gujarat, claiming over 13000 lives. Remembering this day, we bring forth human stories who witnessed a traumatic disaster & experiences that influenced them the most.
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The second ‘Urban Resilience Asia Pacific’ Conference (URAP2) hosts a range of speakers from academia, think-tanks, NGOs who bring forth research, ideas and pertinent challenges around disaster and resilience in the unprecedented times of a global pandemic.
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SEEDS Strategy 2030
Transforming the vulnerable into resilient and thriving communities… Download

“We enable the most vulnerable to build a safer future”


Building resilient communities through a holistic and inclusive approach

Humanitarian Response

When disasters strike, we reach out to those who go unseen. Each response is unique and tailored to ground realities. It’s about saving lives and minimising the impact of secondary disasters.

Building Back Better

Every rebuilding effort is an effort to leave behind new capacity and skills, not just safer buildings. We focus on homes, schools and community infrastructure; and their surrounding ecosystems.

Reducing Future Risk

Disasters are morphing and new risks are emerging. How do you reduce the impact of the next big emergency (or multiple smaller ones)? We work with communities to plan, build response capacity, mitigate daily risks, and adapt to climate change impacts.


Our work over the years has reached a broad cross-section of people. We’ve sparked hope through innovative buildings, nature-based solutions, new skills and children’s smiles across India and Nepal. Some of our outreach includes the following.

Children Reached

Schools Reached

Houses built


Affected people at the centre. A commitment to quality and core humanitarian standards.
Sustainability at every step. Long-term thinking. Local action with global influence.
These are the values that drive all of our work.

We hold ourselves accountable to our supporters, partners and the communities that we serve.

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SEEDS is committed to helping achieve the various global goals set for 2030. Our programmes and ways of working directly contribute to progress towards several of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ; help meet the targets of the Sendai Framework on Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR); and bring community voices and action to the 2 degree goal of the Paris Agreement on climate change.

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In case of any queries or suggestions please feel free to Call us at +91 11 26174272 or write to us on info@seedsindia.org