Vision and Mission


The Prayog Samaj Sevi Sanstha is guided by a vision of a just society that sees its people as equal and give respect and dignity to all, regardless of caste, class, sex and regional background. It hopes to empower the most marginalized communities in the Indian society, by re-defining the development paradigm from the vantage points of the poor, through its training programmes. PRAYOG channel the creative energy and enthusiasm of these marginalized communities. People who felt defeated and are without hope, are thus, inspired to work towards the social, political and economic reconstruction.

Aims and Objectives:

  • To enrich community understanding of the rights and responsibilities through awareness building.
  • To work towards poverty alleviation through village level organizations, such as the Gram Sabha, Mahila Mandal, Youth Clubs and Bal Sabha.
  • To exhort rural community participation in planning for their own development by implementing the concept of Gram Swaraj.
  • To assist the rural masses in becoming self depended through cooperative societies.
  • To develop community understanding of an alternative socio-economical, political and educational structure and to present practical examples of this structure wherever possible.
  • To organize an opposition to the widespread exploration, corruption, injustice oppression at every societal level and to mobilize an awareness campaign on human rights.
  • To work perpetually for an equal, humanistic and justice society, free of poverty and hunger by fighting against structural violence and oppression.
  • To promote and monitor cottage industry.
  • To organize a mass campaign to establish a proper status and rights of the children within the society.
  • To promote and provide training in the traditional medical treatment, educate the rural communities in health care and assist them in accessing clean drinking water.
  • To assist in implementing the Government programmes and schemes.


The Mission of the organization is to assist the people from the most marginalized communities in gaining control over the natural livelihood resources, such as land, water and forest. It aims to provide training in effective management and rural leadership development so that these communities may strike a balance between consumption and regeneration.