With the participation of the World Health Organization and the Turkish Red Crescent, and in
SEED Foundation for Sustainable Development held its first digital medical conference with the participation of
Who Are We
40% of the population of West Asia and the Middle east languish in multi-dimensional poverty, caused by multiple factors, including (ignorance, unemployment, and disease). Relief institutions play a key role in offering urgent relief to this segment, however, the effect of these aids are usually unsustainable, Achieving real change in the lives of these segments of people requires ensuring education, job creation, and the availability of medical treatments. SEED represents the “seed” of goodness that we planted to grow into a sustainable change in the lives of our target through these programs.
SEED is a not-for-profit organization, specialized in economic empowerment and sustainable development, working towards social empowerment, improvement of standards of living, and promotion of a culture of productivity, earning, prosperity, and social development. SEED is registered in Turkey (January 2019) under the Department of Associations, with the registration number (34-249/080). SEED’s geographic scope includes the Turkish Republic and the Middle East, with all its environments (cities, countrysides, desert, and refugee camps). SEED’s services target various categories and segments (women, youngsters, entrepreneurs, craftsmen, professionals, small business owners…etc.), without discrimination of race, gender or religion.
Contribute in the achievement of sustainable development in the fields of economic empowerment of the targeted societies.
The design, application, and development of programs and projects that contribute to the achievement of sustainable development, and economic empowerment, of the targeted segment.
Sustainability . Empowerment . Economic Development
- Enable the target segments to rely on themselves in providing for their needs, help them secure a steady income, and improve and raise their standards of living.
- Contribute to the development and the improvement of the levels of education of the target segment, to serve their economic empowerment.
- Work to provide healthcare support to the target segment, in order to serve their economic empowerment.
- Spread the culture of productivity and earning, and raise awareness of the importance of education and healthcare in order to achieve empowerment and economic development.
- Achieve a participatory work system through building partnerships and cooperating with local and international, developmental, humanitarian and charitable organizations, to prevent the spread of multi-dimensional poverty.
It's the seed of good that we planted to contribute in making a sustainable change.
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It’s the seed of good that we planted to contribute in making a sustainable change.
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With the participation of the World Health Organization and the Turkish Red Crescent, and in the presence of a number of international and local institutions; and with full commitment to safety measures and prevention of Coronavirus; The SEED Foundation for Sustainable Development held a workshop entitled “Reality and Challenges of the transition to Telemedicine in Disaster and crisis response” in
SEED Foundation for Sustainable Development held its first digital medical conference with the participation of a number of consultant physicians in the telemedicine program, which targets IDPs and residents in northern Syria. Where a number of consultant doctors and representatives of medical societies and local, regional and international institutions participated in the forum. The meeting was opened by Eng. Bassam
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