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Organizational Introduction

Society for Environment Education Development (SEED) is a non governmental organization empowering the local communities through its sustainable development projects since 2058 B.S. in the field of women empowerment, quality education, women and child rights, environmental protection and disaster management, vocational training, social accountability, public awareness campaign etc. Basically, SEED is working with minorities and underprivileged groups since its establishments and have more than 10,000 successful stories and have uplifted the life of targeted groups socially and economically.

The SEED organizations project office is situated at Buddhanagar-6, Tulsipur submetropolitan city, Dang. It has expanded its working areas from Tulsipur Submetropolitan city to its Dangisaran Rural Municipalities in coordination with its co-partners, local government and local institutions and agencies.

 Nepali society is under the phase of development towards the modern society. While looking at the development process in Nepal, Nepal is slowly trying to change its face from the old tyranny ruling system to modern society. However, out of many problems in Nepal, lack of productive resources, youths and skillful women for remote development and increasing population in urban areas has created difficult for proportionate development. But still, it’s hard to find the actual problem in Nepal behind the development process in remote areas.

So, analyzing and studying all these problems faced by the remote people in their life and in order to help and strengthen them find the solution of their own remote development problems in them through the active participation “Society for Environment Education Development (SEED)” was established in 2001 A.D in Dang district according to organization registration act 2034.   It’s the deep interest of our organization to support and enhance remote development continuously and increase active participation of them in their sustainable development.


  • Establishing a society without poverty and improving the quality of life of the poor and excluded people so that they can live a dignified life.


  • Empowering poor people and eradicating poverty and establishing injustice.


  • Create an environment for poor and excluded people to exercise their Rights

 Organization Objectives:

  • To develop awareness

  • To bring a positive effect on environmental protection and community health by the media of public participation

  • To provide health service and teaching

  • To help in improving the living standard of handicapped, orphan and risky work involving children by building capacity in educational, physical, mental and health,

  • To develop the environment of coordination and cooperation with other organizations for human and social development

  • To organize stakeholders to ensure their rights etc.

Strategy (Rananiti):

  • Bring awareness in people equating social values and norms through leadership development

  • Make social work plans by studying and doing research at the local and national level

  • Help to maximize identification of local and external resources

  • Support all-round development in health, education and for the welfare and rights of child clubs and Women.

  • Bring socio-economic improvement through technical skill development and income generation programs etc.

 Working strategy (Karyaniti):

  • To sustainable agriculture and economic empowerment through livelihood.

  • To establish coordination with community-based governmental and non-governmental organizations and agencies

  • Motivate women groups in employment and service-oriented areas

  • Help in the identification of local resources and materials organizing different pieces of training.

  • Detail interaction about the demand and significant a program with the targeted groups

  • Implementation of active participation program of targeted groups

  • Handwritten decision and agreement of programs in the presence of targeted groups

  • Exchange of support through mutual cooperation and understanding

  • Lobby and advocacy in favor of people’s participation, transparency, accountability, and justifiable human good governance. etc.