Create meaningful opportunities targeting holistic development of local community with special focus on marginalized and underserved women.
Contribute in building a society nobody exploits or feels exploited.
“Shakti Bahini” is a programme focusing on underprivileged girl child and women empowerment. Through this programme we provide basic education and healthcare to them with the belief of their betterment.
We held this programme to secure the lives of our future of the nation. Through this we use to help the abandoned children to find a way to live and to build their future.
Nature is the mother of earth and for her safety and betterment we hold “Nadi Bandhu” programme. Through this programme we do cleaning the river and water bodies and protect them and try to rescue at the time of any disaster.
It helps to understand women that they are not dependent to anyone and to understand their proper rights. It is part of our effort to educate and bring equality to rural women and to protect them against domestic violence. We are doing this for the development of health of women in society, educating them, and fighting for their rights. We also help to provide facilities of legal support if necessary.
This helps to promote awareness of legal culture, enrich people's knowledge of laws, and other rules. Legal awareness camps are organized in the villages. The aim is to impart legal knowledge to the residents. The objective is to impart legal awareness to women and girls about rights and duties and to enable them in sharing power equally and gain access to means of development of the society.
In order to protect the young of our society, we take several actions like taking care of new borns, missing children, and protecting them from any form of child trafficking. Working as an allied system to provide facilities of governed in health and education and also legal support for above mentioned issues.
Disaster risk reduction is the systematic reduction of social and economic vulnerabilities caused by natural disasters. Natural disasters often result in widespread human and material losses which are beyond the ability of the affected communities to absorb.
By opening clinics in 1974, SMS has been working in this direction. The organization felt that women were deprived of any kind of health services, in particular family planning. Child health, which is related to mothers, was also given priority. Health awareness, prevention, and treatment are our main aims. Our work includes providing free medicines, providing shelter to the poor for their treatment, providing health awareness and providing health insurance for the poor.
The education of women was a significant activity of SMS and has remained so ever since. Initially, the emphasis was on adult education but later the focus turned to child literacy as today's children are tomorrow's citizens. They should become literate when they get older. Training camps for developing the creative potentials in children through art, craft, and communication skills. Opportunities for interested children and school dropouts to take up vocational training.