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“SEED” stands for Social Education for Environment and Development. SEED is a secular, non-political organisation standing for the poor, deprived and marginalised scheduled caste, scheduled tribe and other backward class of the society. In 1991, a group of development practitioners and social activists took a uniform approach towards development of the remote district of Malkanagiri and thus moulded their association into SEED. The organisation currently is managed by both grass-root level & matured development professionals who have years of work experience on tribal issues. It is also managed by young, energetic community workers who have first-hand knowledge & ideas on problems and opportunities of tribal area. The organisation focuses on education, health, livelihood, environment protection, women empowerment and specifically putting more focus on tribal girls and women.

SEED was registered under FCRA (number 105090006) in 2005, and is registered under the State Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860.

Our Mission :

Provide quality care to the people of Odisha.
Provide community education about eye diseases.
Study the prevention and cure of eye diseases.
Provide affordable services to the poor.
End blindness among rural & tribal peoples.
Increase productivity through blindness prevention.

Our Target:

57% of the population in central Odisha makes about Rs. 12 a day, which is equivalent to $0.25.
Every year, over 100,000 people become blind. 63% of these cases are due to cataracts.
Most of the health care centers are located on the coast and are inaccessible to the people of central and western Odisha.