CEED a vision for envisioning comprehensive development





Dear Friends of the Poor,
Greetings to you ALL from CEED,

Greetings and good wishes from CEED, India, It gives us an immense pleasure of making contact with you at the moment and to get ourselves introduced. Centre for Education and Economic Development (CEED) is a non government voluntary organization which has been working for the holistic development of the poor and marginalized since its inception in the year 1998. The major thrust areas of CEED are empowering toiling women who are being distressingly exploited in terms of socio-economical, health and political aspects, abolition of child labour, prevention and combating HIV/AIDS, creating livelihood opportunities for women and youth through promoting entrepreneurial skills, conservation of environment and promoting quality education among socially deprived and backward class people. The reason why I am writing to you this time is that we need to expand our services to the more beneficiaries who are in desperate need of getting any sort of assistance and are leading hand to mouth living conditions.

Now the State of Andhra Pradesh has been divided without having its capital city for the administration and stands at the threshold of unemployment, poverty and starvation..

I make a humble appeal to you ALL your benevolent hearts to please join hands with us for stretching helping hand for ensuring COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT of the necessitous and moreover the WOMEN, CHILDREN, PEOPLE LIVING WITH DISABILITIES, DALITS and other VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES…

faithfully yours,


About our Founder

Clarissa Harlowe Barton was a pioneering nurse who founded the American Red Cross. She worked as a hospital nurse in the American Civil War, and as a teacher and patent clerk. Barton is noteworthy for doing humanitarian work at a time when relatively few women worked outside the home. She had a relationship with John J. Elwell, but never married. …

Immandi has 3 missing limbs

Thanks for CEED’s support to Immandi the very cute and intelligent girl. In a day or two we will fit her with lower limbs and let you know and update with her pictures. Best Regards Mrs.QAMAR BEGUM SECRETARY Door No. 5-56-25 1st lane, Cobaldpet GUNTUR – 522002 Andhra Pradesh, India + 91 863 2329678 ceedap98@gmail.com www.ceed-india.org Direct on Mobile phone: 8019373734 9397330678

Sireesha had her limb amputated

Sireesha had an accident and had her limb amputated last year. It was both painful and traumatic for her and only now is she brave enough to have  her cast taken for her prosthesis…   Anil is the prosthetician who was trained at Mobility India in Bangalore. Thanks WALK Foundation!

Chilly Pepper Project up and running

Chilly project in IPUR is now started and running good. They are very happy that they have a lively hood now. It makes them stand on their own work now. They are heart fully thankful to MEND and CEED. See also http://ceed-india.org/?p=267  Qamar Begum (Mrs) Coordinator CEED, AP, India

Successful Camp 5 March 2014

About 45 people attended  the camp, we made assessments for 6 people. 12 persons received whatever their need to restore back their disability. We gave artificial limbs and tricycles and other instruments etc; We could witness great joy on their faces that knew no bounds. Filled with hope and moral strength because of the  great help extended by MEND/MOBILITY INDIA. …

Hearing Aid program at Epuru

We are glad to report that we have arranged hearing aid program at Epuru. We gave 19 Austar hearing aids. These children are from the remote villages in Epuru and Mandal who couldn’t afford to pay for them. Their parents are all agriculture labourers. They are expressing their gratitude to MEND and CEED. We thank our sponsors MEND team who …

Stella has 4 missing limbs

Now I am introducing this most intelligent pretty and dynamic Phocomelia girl STELLA for help.  An orphan girl in an Orphan Home whom I know since her birth who borne with out all 4 limbs and left on the road by her mother 14 years ago. Somebody on the road side brought her to this orphan home and handed over to them. I did ILIZAROV FOR her upper limb stumps and could gain some length and now she is ready for fitting upper limbs and lower limbs prosthesis.

Now she is an adolescent shy girl with all her physical needs to be addressed independently. She is very eager to have the limbs especially the upper limbs as she need to maintain personal cleanliness and for independent eating purposes .

Yu can watch her writing nicely with chin to pen type of writing and now she is 8th standard.she would like to become a teacher in the future .

Pls help her financially and technologically to give her at least a reasonably functioning upper limbs to take care of her daily routine and writing work to become a teacher to support livelihood .

Now our Immandi and Stella already became good friends. Immandi was innocently asking Stella “where is your AMMA (Mom) ? As she was having mother with her. We showed her the maid (with whom STELLA came here) and again Immandi was asking “how do you write and eat ? Stella showed her how she was writing and entered 8th std .

Best Regards

Door No. 5-56-25
1st lane, Cobaldpet
GUNTUR – 522002
Andhra Pradesh, India

Telephone: + 91 863 2329678
email: ceedap98@gmail.com

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