Past Emergencies

Join hands in reaching to people of Narava in Andhra Pradesh

The cyclonic storm ‘Gulab’, made landfall at Miduguda and Tokali villages near Kalingapatnam town in Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh on September 26, 2021.

Narava village, Vishakhapatnam district, Andhra Pradesh have received more than 48 hours of continuous rain leading to flooding in the area post the cyclone. Two lives were lost have been reported from this village inhabiting 9,300 people. There is loss of more than 18 hectares agricultural land, more than 350 houses have been damaged affecting a total population of more than 1,200. The ongoing adverse impact of Covid-19, additional challenges posed by the cyclone hence calls for urgent humanitarian aid. People of Narava village needs your help.

There are nearly 400 villages like Narava in the three worst-affected districts of Andhra Pradesh that need immediate support


Cyclone Yaas

Cyclone Yaas made a landfall near Dhamra port in Odisha. The second cyclone of 2021 has struck Odisha and parts of West Bengal with a speed of 150 kmph, risking countless lives and livelihoods. Categorised as a very severe cyclonic storm, it has had a devastating impact leaving many with increased suffering while in the midst of the ongoing pandemic. SEEDS is responding to the immediate needs reported from the ground by its local partners and volunteers in the worst affected districts. SEEDS is responding to needs with support of dry ration, safe drinking water, covid care essentials and other necessary items of home utility in Balasore, Bhadarak, districts of Odisha and East Medinipur, 24 South Paraganas districts in West Bengal.


SEEDS’ India Flood Response 2020 in the times of COVID-19

Over 30 million people have been affected due to floods in India this year. The states of Assam and Bihar have experienced the worst flooding over the last ten years, affecting over 10.5 million people and claiming more than 80 lives.

SEEDS is promptly reaching out to affected families in the districts of Golaghat, Lakhimpur, Dhemaji, Barpeta and Morigaon in Assam and district Saharsa in Bihar. Based on the information from SEEDS volunteers on ground, there is an urgent need for safe drinking water, dry food, and hygiene kits including key items required for COVID-19 safety.

With extensive damage to houses, affected families need to start rebuilding from day one, in order to have a roof above their heads. This is critical given the continued rains in these areas. Immediate support for repairing homes and getting basic home utilities are thus the next priorities that we are helping impacted families with.

SEEDS is responding to Cyclone Amphan in times of Covid-19!

On 20 May 2020, extremely severe cyclonic storm ‘Cyclone Amphan’ made landfall near Sagar Island in West Bengal. In India Over 5 lakh people were evacuated in the cyclone’s path, with districts of with East Midnapore, South 24 Parganas and Kolkata are worst-affected. Thousands of families are suffering through one of the most intense cyclones with coronavirus pandemic at the hindsight and require urgent humanitarian aid.

With extensive damage to houses rebuilding for the affected families begins from day 1.other issues are  immediate homes repair support, survival with food, safe drinking water, hygiene items, basic home utilities and medicine is the key.

Join hands with SEEDS as we reach out to the worst affected families, sowing the seeds of hope and renewal in their lives.


SEEDS Joins fight against Coronavirus, activates action

Serving the most vulnerable and invisible

SEEDS is committed in reaching out and supporting these invisible individuals – the elderly, children, and frontline health workers of the communities who are disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and the economic consequences of the outbreak in their time of need. Support us in our efforts for immediate needs as together, we can overcome this pandemic by making sure the most vulnerable among us are protected.


Ashray – India Flood Response 2019

This year again, devastating floods have struck several states leading to heavy losses of lives and property – over 17 million lives have been impacted. SEEDS is promptly reaching out to the affected communities in key states of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, Assam and Bihar. Join hands with SEEDS as we reach out to the worst-affected families, sowing the seeds of hope and renewal in their lives.


BuildBackBetter with SEEDS

SEEDS is promptly reaching out to the 4.6 Lakh people affected by Cyclone Bulbul which wreaked havoc on 9-10 November 2019 in West Bengal. High-speed cyclonic winds and heavy rainfall have left a trail of destruction primarily in the three worst-affected districts of South 24 Parganas, North 24 Parganas and East Medinipur in the deltaic region of Sunderbans. SEEDS is responding to affected communities in South 24 Parganas district.


SEEDS is responding to Assam and Bihar floods, reaching out to the affected communities!

The torrential rains and devastating floods in the states of Assam and Bihar have ravaged lives of over 12.6 million people. The flood has affected infrastructure and left homes destroyed. Medical care, contaminated water sources and hygiene & utility needs of the survivors require immediate attention.


SEEDS is responding to Cyclone Fani, reaching out to affected communities!

Cyclone Fani put over 137 million people in its path. The extremely severe cyclonic storm has felled trees, affected infrastructure and left homes destroyed. Immediate priorities include water and health needs.


SEEDS is responding to the floods in Kerala, reaching out to affected communities!

Recent floods have brought unprecedented havoc to the state of Kerala. Incessant rainfall, landslides and the opening of dams across the state have rendered thousands of families homeless overnight across Wayanad, Palakkad, Idukki, Alappuzha and Kotayyam and other some parts.


Northeastern India Flood Response 2018

The northeastern part of India has been reeling under floods and landslides triggered by torrential rains. More than 6,50,000 people have been affected across the four states of Assam, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura!