Join hands with Joyashree to help people affected by Cyclone Jawad of Bira Ram Chandrapur, Odisha

Bira Ram Chandrapur in Puri district, Odisha has been impacted by the heavy rains since December 3 due to Cyclone Jawad. A population of 3,250 has been affected in the Bira Ram Chandrapur panchayat. The region received continuous rain, causing subsequent flooding in the area. Over 600 people have been evacuated, more than 600 houses are damaged, extensive damage to standing crop and livestock. Joyashree Mohapatra, Panchayat head, Bira Ram Chandrapur in Puri district, Odisha is urging for immediate support ration kits, essential items, drinking water and cash support as most of their belongings have been washed away. The ongoing adverse impact of Covid-19, additional challenges posed by the cyclone hence calls for urgent humanitarian aid. People of Bira Ram Chandrapur village needs your help.


Join Hands to help people of Mundakayam, Kerala and Jhutiya, Uttarakhand

Kerala and Uttarakhand have witnessed torrential rains and devastating flood that have ravaged lives of people in the state since 14-16 October, 2021.

The Mundakayam panchayat, of Kottayam, Kerala reported 61 houses have been washed away and more than 450 houses have been damaged. On the other hand, a population of more than 1100 has been impacted in village Jhutiya, Uttarakhand due to incessant rains followed by landslides. 50% of the land has been damaged and around 100 houses raised to the ground, leaving many trapped in the debris. There is an urgent need to provide access to food, hygiene items, essential items and drinking water.

Your support is required to assist the people of Mundakayam, Kerala and Jhutiya, Uttarakhand. SEEDS seeks your generous support and other organisations to join hands in assisting and helping the people of Kerala.


SEEDS is responding to Covid-19

SEEDS is committed to work towards the continuing challenge of Covid19 commenced in March 2021 with the announcement of vaccination by the Government of India. Currently, we are following a three-pronged strategy to mitigate the devastating impact of second wave: Stepping up vaccination drive, Establish Covid Care Centres and Extend support services with set up of helpline to aid affected communities, facilitating supply of critical needs such as oxygen, provision of medical services through virtual platforms. Our efforts are being carried out in Delhi, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Bihar, West Bengal, Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Telangana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh. Additionally, we are continuing efforts to promote awareness on Covid Appropriate Behaviour. SEEDS response to the second wave of Covid-19 focuses to #ShareTheBurden on our health care system.