o empower the Ethiopian American Diaspora in the areas of academic excellence, professional development, and community service.
Society of Ethiopians Established in Diaspora (SEED) was incorporated as a Not-for-profit organization October 17, 1993. One of SEED’s objectives is to educate the American and Western public, including the Ethiopians established in Diaspora, that Ethiopia is an ancient country with rich traditions, history with abundant and untapped natural and human resources. Using various educational tools and medium of communication SEED will strive to facilitate the provision of wealth of knowledge that the western world and the Diaspora Ethiopians could use to channel their assistance with a view to pulling Ethiopia out of its chronic dependence on foreign aide for feeding its people. SEED will use various public events and methods to involve a good number of Ethiopians from among the 200,000 established here in the USA, to both serve and benefit from this educational process.
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