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SEEDS becomes a Sphere member
SEEDS is proud to take our commitment to quality &
accountability forward, as a full member of Sphere! Looking forward to making a difference in the global work around common principles & universal standards for a humanitarian response!

Looking back at 2018
In a year of multi-faceted disasters and a range of under-the-radar risks, our work saw variation as well! A few glimpses of helping disaster-hit families recover, driving innovation and continuing to build more resilient communities.Read More

UNISDR Recognition
Mr. Robert Glasser, Head of UNISDR, recognises SEEDS’ efforts towards reducing disaster mortality.. Read More

Featured Cause

The states of Assam and Bihar in India are witnessing torrential rains and devastating floods that have ravaged lives of over 12.6 million people.

As of 21st July 2019, the crisis has affected over 5.7 million people across northern Assam, claiming 67 lives. Whereas in Bihar, flash floods caused by heavy rains in catchment areas of Nepal have affected over 6.9 million people and claimed 97 lives.

Inundation has caused contamination of drinking water across the two states. The situation is made worse as the community is forced to defecate in the open. As the water recedes, new challenges will emerge. Structural damages of houses and schools are expected to be very high, rendering them inhabitable.

Rebuilding for the affected families begins from day 1. Getting back a home is a primary concern. Surrounding issues around immediate medical attention, contaminated water sources and hygiene & utility items also urgently need to be addressed.

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

What We Do

Building resilient communities through a holistic and inclusive approach

Disaster Relief And Rehabilitation

Every year disasters caused by natural hazards put millions across the globe at risk and cause losses worth trillions..


In India children have a right to education. With 44% of India’s population being made up of children..

Water And Sanitation

Sanitation was declared a human right by the UN in 2010, but over two billion people across the globe are still a long way from ..


Large sections of the existing workforce have little or no job skills. This makes them unemployable and enables..

Environment Sustainability

Scientific evidence for warming of the climate system is unequivocal. – Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change..


Over the years we have undertaken several projects working towards treating a wide range of vulnerabilities. Here are some figures indicating the impact we have had.

Children Reached

Schools Reached

Houses built

Annual report

From our humanitarian response and early recovery programmes to reconstruction, education and innovation activities, SEEDS takes a long-term and people-centric approach to all of its work. Below is our annual report, 2017-18.

Meet Our Team

Behind our work lies a diverse SEEDS team - experienced professionals from various development related fields

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