Our Programs

As the world is in the 21st century, where everyone talks about equality, child education, freedom, women empowerment,
and many more. Thousands of issues prevail in many parts of India
and the world, making their growth flagrant.

welcome to Sarthak Manav Vikas Sanstha

We work to empower women, not for profit

SMVS aims to make child labor superfluous by a variety of blueprints to grant children and make it ethically and humanly inadmissible. Education is one of the most compelling promoters of development in society. When a child can go to school today, they set off a cycle of positive change. But, thousands of children in India lack access to education and can’t even write their names.

SMVS intends to create a world where everyone can celebrate their jolliness for access to equal opportunities to learn, flourish, and blossom.


In almost all cases, education may come to freeze the people completely.

Child Education

In an outland ruling with gender inequalities and patriarchism’s elemental nature, the girl child often finds herself unnoticed.

Injustice against a girl is outrageous, and due to the fear of exploitation, they are not addressed to the school.

Child marriage is yet another noticeable situation due to which girls are forced to reimburse from going to school at an early age.

  • 53% of girls in the age group 5 to 9 years are unschooled.
  • 75% of married Indian women were adolescents when they got married.

Girl CHILD Trafficking

The following emerging issue is Child Trafficking, another serious concern that is frequent exclusively in India. According to a report advertised by the U.S. Department of State, “India is a destination and passage country for men, women, and children governed to forced labor and sex trafficking.

Most of India’s trafficking problem is internal and affects the low caste Dalits, members of tribal communities, religious minorities, and women and girls from excluded groups.

According to the 2012 Global Report on Trafficking in Persons released by United Nations Office on Drug and Crime, 27% of all victims of human trafficking encountered between 2007 and 2010 were children, resulting in child abuse and child labor.

Child Marriage

Although child marriage affects both boys and girls, it is the girl children that are afflicted the most in most cases.

As per the 2011 census, close to 15 million girls are married before the legal age every year. Being seen as a ‘burden’ since birth, traditionally, the mindset of society has been to get her married as early as possible.

However, the shortage of education and attention about the repercussion of child marriage, the poor exercise of the law, and the lack of desire on the part of the enforcement are essential reasons for the endurance of child marriage.

For female offspring, sooner than expected marriage leads to vulnerable sexual activity, resulting in serious health consequences. In addition, adolescent amalgamation often leads to the early mothership and problematic health issues. Naturally, this affects the mother, but even the infant born is malnourished and prone to disease.


Another issue that must not be left unnoticed is “Malnutrition” in India, which affects millions of children. Among the 472 million offspring (2011 census), 97 million are anemic and underweight.

Close to 40% (actually 38.7%) of children five years or younger are dwarfed, 19.8% are lean, and 42.4% are starved. The data-set revealed by the current NFHS-4 states that nine out of the 11 states observed have not been able to trim Infant Mortality Rate even by 2 points yearly.

And that 25 out of 1000 infants are not even blessed to see their first birthday. India has the largest population of children below 18 years, with 400 million.

And witnesses more than 27,00,000 child deaths a year, with the figures for female children being much higher than male children.

Gender Inequality

Another big area of concern is the gender biasing among missing children, as the MHA data discloses.

From 2010 to 2014, out of the 3.85 lakh children who went missing across the country, 61% were girls. The cruelty of the problem demands that the government’s resolution be enhanced by public awareness.

Gender inequality has been a social issue in India for millennia. In many parts of India, even the birth of a girl child is not greeted. It is a known fact that discrimination starts even at the fetus stage.

If she survives to see the sunshine, her breath is assassinated as an infant, which concludes a high child sex ratio where for every 1000 boys in India, there are only 908 girls. In such a scenario, it is evident that many girls across the country are forced to discontinue their education for countless reasons.

Parental benchmarks have marked women as secondary to men. This state of an incident in the 21st Century is unexpected when women have proved to be strong leaders in every field possible.

But despite such progress, even today, the girl child is segregated in most Indian households.

  • While 62% of the male children receive complete vaccination, among girls it is 60% of them receive so (Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, 2012)
  • The school dropout rate amongst adolescent girls in India is as high as 63.5% (Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, 2012).
  • Nearly 45% of girls In India get married before the age of 18(NFHS-III)

The crying need is to shift society’s mentality and wipe out the unfairness that damages the future of humanity by raising alarming issues.

About Us

Our Mission & Vision

Our endurance mission is to boost the lives of discriminated children and women and help them yield a positive and healthier approach to life.

Sarthak Manav Vikas Sanstha, SMVS, continues to pledge an authentic, translucent, and obliged organization that devotes itself toward a lucrative future of society and will build a well-to-do, melodious, and peaceful society where each soul will grow with Identity, Morality, and Dignity.

The sole sense regarding the existence of SMVS is to job as an enzyme to change youth life and find ways to be creative and innovative in their functioning, resulting in forthcoming pillars of the Nation.

Our Campaigns

Medical Aid

We help children and senior citizens with medical aid. We conduct regular medical campaigns.

Hunger Aid

“Malnutrition” is another major issue that affects breath of millions of children. We try and provide nurition food to children.


We run Sarthak Primary schools in U.P & Bihar to provide basic education to children below 11 years.

Browse Campaigns

Check out the work we have been doing to help the underprivileged section of society. 

Make a Donation

Help us to help weaker sections of the society to make them free from clutches.


Join the hard-working team of SMVS. We encourage young blood to come forward make society better


Contribute to a campaigns

SMVS is one of the foremost NGOs that has compassed so much for society in such a short period. Now they are enhancing their area and making their efforts to benefit Women by imparting education and generating livelihood.

Let SMVS, “Sarthak Manav Vikas Sanstha,” grow more and more to let society free from the clutches of Poverty, Malnutrition, and their superstitious traditions of Child marriage, racism, and many more.

Learn how to get involved

We encourage and invite individuals for volunteer opportunities and volunteer registration, to be an active part of our organization and share the same vision and purpose as us – to work for the welfare of children and weaker section of the society.

Join our mission. Volunteer, Donate, Advocate. Get Started Today.

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