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SEED: Society for Economic and Educational Development

SEED aims to serve children in need by providing food, shelter and education. Children are identified as the children of life prisoners, leprosy patients, victims of serious crimes like murder and orphans of Tsunami.

The primary concept is to enable the children to overcome their tragedy and empower them for the future!

 

Achievements:

  1. All high school girl students have passed the Government examination and have enrolled in the Higher Secondary program
  2. One of the high school boy students obtained an impressive 406/500 in the Government SSLC examination
  3. A handful of successful higher secondary school students have enrolled in Engineering programs
  4. Most students of the Industrial Training Institute have been successfully placed in good paying jobs in nearby industries
  5. Around 10 staff members of SEED are their alumni
  6. Students are inspired by students from IIT, Chennai who provide tutoring services during weekends

computerAID San Diego has been working closely with SEED for the past 3 years. The funding for 2007 has been towards salaries for primary and high school teachers and the non-teaching staff for these schools.
Jay, a volunteer with AID-San Diego visited SEED at Sriperumpudur in February 2007. He was very impressed with the dedication and energy of Mr. Palanisamy, the administrator of SEED and the success his program has attained.


 
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