To restore the dignity of socially outcast people by helping them to enhance their livelihood capabilities and empower themselves to contribute back to the society constructively.
“Creative Humanism” i.e. Creation of an environment where there is creative expression of the abilities of the disabled; where there is non-exploitative harnessing of human and natural resources; where there is constructive synthesis of the able-bodied and the feeble-bodied.
Provision of medical aid, education and employment to the aforementioned, along with comprehensive physical, occupational, psychological and social rehabilitation.
MSS aspires to make each of its differently-abled inmates self-reliant by imparting value based training thus enabling them to live their life with dignity. With a policy of ‘Not saying ‘No’ to a needy person’, MSS since its inception has always embraced every ill-fated soul who had been ostracized by the society and had lost all hope including that of survival. After finding succour in MSS and regaining hope, these lost souls lead a dignified life good enough to set examples for the society as a whole.
4. Sustainable Agriculture Programs and Extension Activities: Knowledge delivery through direct farm action programs, development of tools for initiatives in agricultural R&D and policy advocacy for promoting enabling conditions for agricultural extension activities;
5. Appropriate technologies for Rural Development: Development of social laboratories for promoting a host of sustainable and replicable technologies advocating environmental sustainability;
6. Youth Empowerment: Conducting national level camps for generating awareness about pressing social issues and giving constructive action plans to youth for promoting communal harmony and national integration.
1. Healthcare and Rehabilitation: Comprehensive healthcare delivery programs for physical, psychological socioeconomic empowerment of leprosy afflicted people with severe deformities;
2. Education: Vocational training centres for people with disabilities and unemployed rural youth; Formal education for rural and tribal populace, special schools for hearing and speech impaired and the visually challenged;
3. Livelihood promotion for disabled: Livelihood promotion activities through treatment, skill building and market linkage initiatives for people with leprosy and other disabilities, tribal and economically weaker sections of society;