Like education health is also one of the key areas of concerns for SEED. Due to poor access to modern health care facilities and superstitions, the tribal people of operational area suffer from varied diseases. SEED attempts to improve knowledge, practice and attitude of tribal communities by discussing health topics. SEED also organises community gatherings to discuss on- women and child care, immunisation, use of toilets, family planning system etc.


Japanese encephalitis (JE) is a killer disease that may spread like epidemic. It happens due to mosquito bites. Domestic pigs and wild birds (especially herons) are spreaders of the virus. Transmission of this virus to human bodies may cause severe fever and illness. Symptoms usually take 5-15 days to develop which include fever, headache, vomiting, confusion, and difficulty in moving. Symptoms that develop later may include swelling around the brain and coma. Staffs of SEED create awareness on such epidemics like encephalitis, malaria, COVI-19 etc. among the parents for preventive and curative measures .


SEED organises general meetings and demonstration on issues like deforestation and recycling of waste material for reuse etc. Regular awareness meeting is organised by SEED within education complex premises among women self-help groups members, Anganwadi workers, ASHA workers, Youth members, teachers, Panchayat Raj Institution members for sensitising them on conservation of natural resources and protection of forest and environment.


In order to update existing skill & knowledge and to be refreshed with new skills to work for the poor and vulnerable, the staffs are sent on regular training and capacity building exposures. The organisation also conducts several in house trainings and skill up gradation programmes for staffs on child care education, psycho-social development of child, role of staff in child care, different joyful teaching methods, maintain of records and documents etc.