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S.E.E.D.S. provides Nepali villagers with the financial support and technical expertise to improve their health and education. All projects are planned, constructed, operated and maintained by the villagers themsleves.


This year s. E. E. D. S. Provided salaries for 17 village teachers as well as provided in school milk, food and school supplies. Over 1,000 students including 90 students at the gorkha school for the deaf benefitted from s. E. E. D. S. Support. In addition, s. E. E. D. S. Provided scholarships for 4 students in primary school.

s. E. E. D. S. Provided salaries and medical supplies to 12 amchis traditional tibetan doctors and nurses who served 1,700 patients in the remote nubri and tsum valleys.

s. E. E. D. S. Built a water delivery system in the village of phakhel.

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Rating: 5 stars  

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SEEDS is a non-profit organization, with low expenses, that provides a wide range of help to Nepal and has had a signifiant positive impact on the people of Nepal.

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What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

Besides knowing some of the Nepalese staff, it has been gratifying to work with a dedicated Board with a unified goal- help the people of Nepal.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

I met the impressive Director, KP Kafle, as well as the staff in Nepal.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

Continue its current efforts, but expand them and make them available to other areas of Nepal.

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