Street Children

These projects marked a change in strategy for SEEP as for the first time they sought to address some of the root causes of child poverty, realizing that its services need to provide long lasting and sustainable benefits, rather than temporary help. As its experience and capacity grew, SEEP gradually expanded its activities to different parts of the Dhaka city. In 1999, SEEP started advocacy for the realization of rights of disadvantaged children, working both through its community projects and in conjunction with local and national networks as required.

Child Labourers

These projects marked a change in strategy for SEEP as for the first time they sought to address some of the root causes of child poverty, realizing that its services need to provide long lasting and sustainable benefits, rather than temporary help. As its experience and capacity grew, SEEP gradually expanded its activities to different parts of the Dhaka city. In 1999, SEEP started advocacy for the realization of rights of disadvantaged children, working both through its community projects and in conjunction with local and national networks as required.

Youth

These projects marked a change in strategy for SEEP as for the first time they sought to address some of the root causes of child poverty, realizing that its services need to provide long lasting and sustainable benefits, rather than temporary help. As its experience and capacity grew, SEEP gradually expanded its activities to different parts of the Dhaka city. In 1999, SEEP started advocacy for the realization of rights of disadvantaged children, working both through its community projects and in conjunction with local and national networks as required.

Pavement dwellers

These projects marked a change in strategy for SEEP as for the first time they sought to address some of the root causes of child poverty, realizing that its services need to provide long lasting and sustainable benefits, rather than temporary help. As its experience and capacity grew, SEEP gradually expanded its activities to different parts of the Dhaka city. In 1999, SEEP started advocacy for the realization of rights of disadvantaged children, working both through its community projects and in conjunction with local and national networks as required.

Pregnant women

These projects marked a change in strategy for SEEP as for the first time they sought to address some of the root causes of child poverty, realizing that its services need to provide long lasting and sustainable benefits, rather than temporary help. As its experience and capacity grew, SEEP gradually expanded its activities to different parts of the Dhaka city. In 1999, SEEP started advocacy for the realization of rights of disadvantaged children, working both through its community projects and in conjunction with local and national networks as required.

Parents

These projects marked a change in strategy for SEEP as for the first time they sought to address some of the root causes of child poverty, realizing that its services need to provide long lasting and sustainable benefits, rather than temporary help. As its experience and capacity grew, SEEP gradually expanded its activities to different parts of the Dhaka city. In 1999, SEEP started advocacy for the realization of rights of disadvantaged children, working both through its community projects and in conjunction with local and national networks as required.

Formal school students

These projects marked a change in strategy for SEEP as for the first time they sought to address some of the root causes of child poverty, realizing that its services need to provide long lasting and sustainable benefits, rather than temporary help. As its experience and capacity grew, SEEP gradually expanded its activities to different parts of the Dhaka city. In 1999, SEEP started advocacy for the realization of rights of disadvantaged children, working both through its community projects and in conjunction with local and national networks as required.

Marginalized families

These projects marked a change in strategy for SEEP as for the first time they sought to address some of the root causes of child poverty, realizing that its services need to provide long lasting and sustainable benefits, rather than temporary help. As its experience and capacity grew, SEEP gradually expanded its activities to different parts of the Dhaka city. In 1999, SEEP started advocacy for the realization of rights of disadvantaged children, working both through its community projects and in conjunction with local and national networks as required.

Community people

These projects marked a change in strategy for SEEP as for the first time they sought to address some of the root causes of child poverty, realizing that its services need to provide long lasting and sustainable benefits, rather than temporary help. As its experience and capacity grew, SEEP gradually expanded its activities to different parts of the Dhaka city. In 1999, SEEP started advocacy for the realization of rights of disadvantaged children, working both through its community projects and in conjunction with local and national networks as required.