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Welcome to Manav Vikas Seva Sangh

Founded in 1969

Manav Vikas Seva Sangh (Manav Vikas) founded in 1969 and registered in 1989 under M.P. Firms and Societies Act 1973.

Biblical Values

Manav Vikas works for the establishment of a society that is based on truth, cooperation, justice, equality, love and brotherhood.

65 Development Projects

Implemented 65 development projects in the last 24 years with the assistance of national and international development support organisations.

Manav Vikas Seva Sangh (Manav Vikas) founded in 1969 and registered in 1989 under M.P. Firms and Societies Act 1973, is the official development organization of Catholic Diocese of Sagar, Madhya Pradesh, India. As an agency strongly rooted to the Biblical values, Manav Vikas works for the establishment of a society that is based on truth, cooperation, justice, equality, love and brotherhood. While dedicating itself to the service of the humanity, Manav Vikas took the resolution to offer its services to the poor regardless of their caste, ethnicity, creed and religion. Manav Vikas has been, ceaselessly and vigorously, striving for providing voice to the voiceless, power to the powerless and resources to the deprived by steadfastly adhering to right-based approach.

Over the years Manav Vikas has implemented 65 development projects in the last 24 years with the assistance of national and international development support organisations like Government of India, NABARD, Misereor, Caritas India, Caritas Spain, Kindermissionwerk, Functional Vocational Training and Reasearch Society, Indo Global Social Service Society, Manos Unidas, Childline India Foundation and Catholic Relief Services (CRS). Since then we are intervening in 209 villages of Sagar, Raisen, Ashok Nagar, Vidisha and Guna districts on several objectives some of which are Livelihood, Good Governance, Sustainable Agriculture, Child Rights, Natural Resource Management and Women Empowerment.

Manav Vikas presently implements 13 projects of varying sizes which are bringing positive changes to the lives of 18200 households in 84 villages and 8 slums. Apart from these, Manav Vikas also works with 1030 prisoners, 2772 school teachers and 507 doctors. We are also accredited to the Credibility Alliance under Desirable Norms. Rt. Rev. Dr. Antony Chirayath, Bishop of Sagar, is the president of the society and Fr. Shaju Devassy is the secretary of the society.

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