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KERALA CALLING The high time to stand with Kerala

Kerala State of India experienced the heaviest rainfall this year in its last hundred years history. This has caused the largest disaster of flood and land slide after 1924 and millions of people remain stranded in God’s own country.  The torrential rain since May in Kerala and continuous rain since August first week accumulated huge rain water in all of the dams in the state and shut...


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SEEDS India started Post Flood Relief Campaign

In response to Kerala Flood SEEDS India has begun a Flood Relief Campaign to help the affected in every possible ways. As an immediate post flood response SEEDS India provided 250 kits containing dried rice, Dal, beans, cooking oil, coconut, sugar, tea, potato, onion, biscuits, wheat powder etc to families who are shifted back to their homes from relief camps in flood affected villages in Pathan...


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SEEDS India appreciates Ms. Patricia Pelton, the first women President of World Alliance of YMCA

SEEDS India appreciates Ms. Patricia Pelton, the first ever women President of World Alliance of YMCA. Ms. Pelton, from Canada has been elected as the first ever women President of World Association of YMCA’s Geneva in its 174 years long history. Dr. Thomas Mathew, Director of SEEDS India attended the 19th YMCA World Council held from Sunday 8th - Saturday 14th July, 2018 in Chiang Mai &nd...


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Dr. Thomas Mathew presents Paper on Interfaith in Japan

Dr Thomas Mathew, director of SEEDS India will present a paper on interfaith at a major Buddhist meet in Japan this August (2018). This will be the second religious dialogue to be held on behalf of Shinsong school dormitory. The presentation will be held on August 6, 2018 at1:00pm at Hiroshima Buddhist Acdemy, Hiroshima. Dr. Mathew will present a paper on "What is Salvation of Salvatio...


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SEEDS India joins Total Electrification Project of Kerala Government

SEEDS India has joined the Total Electrification Project of Kerala Government by 2017. Under the prevailing rules, the beneficiary will have to bear expenses to extend the power line to the houses. It won’t be possible for weaker sections to spend money on infrastructure to enable them to have electricity connection. In this scenario SEEDS India found a genuine beneficiary, a semi orphan f...


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Used clothes Distributed

Last few weeks we have collected hundreds of used clothes to deliver to the poor fishermen families in Sadras, near Chennai through ARWEL an NGO based there. Many used or throw-away things are valuable for our fellow beings.....   ...


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Onam Gathering and Sponsor Children Meet held at SEEDS India

It was indeed a great time of festivity for all Keralaities (33 Million) as they celebrated Onam, a regional festival of Kerala. Not only in Kerala (India) wherever Keralites are living they celebrate it regardless of their religion, caste or race. Though we celebrate Onam with much enthusiasm to spend maximum for our happiness, some of our friends in our society are struggling to meet the needs...


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Peace Boat's 9th Global Voyage for Nuclear Free World: Reception at Cochin Port

The survivors of the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki who are participating in the Ninth Global Voyage for a Nuclear Free World: Hibakusha Project was accorded a grand reception at Cochin Port on September 3, 2016. The reception was jointly organized by SEEDS India and YMCA Kerala Region in close association with Mayors for Peace 2020 Vision Campaign. Mr. Fukahori Johji, Ms. Fukahori T...


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