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  1. Muthusamy
    Muthusamy 4 February 2020 at 12 h 45 min · Reply

    Date: 4, February 2020,

    To
    The Director
    Paul K. Feyerabend Foundation
    Switzerland,

    Sub: “To economically empower 150 Poor dalit and tribal women, by providing trainings and support for economic empowerment of tribal communities living in the Ayyalur forest area of Dindigul district in Tamil Nadu, India”

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    Warm Greetings from SEEDS Trust, India

    SEEDS Trust is a registered grass root level organization, striving for the development of women and children in Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu

    SEEDS Trust is engaged in dalit and tribal women development through programs of political, social cultural and economic nature for the past 18. While undertaking Participatory Learning Appraisal it came to know the plight of the poor, downtrodden, illiterate tribal women and girls living in Ayyalur forest area of Eastern Ghats. It has prepared a Project Proposal titled “To economically empower 150 Poor dalit and tribal women, by providing trainings and support for economic empowerment of tribal communities living in the Ayyalur forest area of Dindigul district in Tamil Nadu, India”. for the socio economic development of the dalit and tribal and their empowerment. The funding request is made as per your guidelines.

    The proposed intervention is aiming to bring about an integrated development of tribal women and girls.

    Kindly, Process this application favourably. If you need any other particulars and clarifications we shall gladly furnish them. Your support to this project activity would help humanity as well as the living being on this planet for prosperity.

    Reference in the Switzerland:
    Ms. Caterina Boitani, Project Manager
    Foundation Segré
    Quai du Mont-Blanc 3, CH-1201 Genève, Switzerland.
    E-Mail: caterina.boitani@fondationsegre.org

    Thanking you with high respects and personal regard.

    Yours truly,

    P. Muthusamy
    Managing Trustee
    SEEDS Trust
    H1/67- R.M. Colony, First Cross,
    Dindigul – 624 001,
    Tamilnadu, India
    Phone +91 451 2460 813
    E-mail:seedstrust05@yahoo.co.in
    Website: http://www.seedstrust.org.in

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