Naman Seva Samiti
Vikasnagar, Athner Block
Contact person: Shishir Kumar
- Social policy/disabled persons
- Commune, community project
- Environmental project
- Volunteers are welcome.
Started in 1999 and registered under Madhya Pradesh State Society Registration Act 1973, Naman Seva Samiti has successfully transformed marginalized communities in Madhya Pradesh to be independent and self-reliant.
Working with communities for more than a decade now, Naman Seva Samiti mission is collaborative and sustainable community development.
Naman Seva Samiti is focusing on inclusion of poor and marginalised communities. While a cooperative credit and savings bank, a spice processing and packaging unit and organic farms are the tangible resources, a more enduring outcome has been the number of poorest of the poor who have now experienced pleasure and dignity through these set ups.
Our goal is to find a fine balance between the nuances of rural India and the growing technological advancement. Since inception, Naman Seva Samiti has reached out to more than three million individuals from tribal and backward communities.
What we do
• Livelihood Development: Self Help Groups; Cooperative Societies; Organic Farming; Farmers Producer Companies; Watershed Development
• Social Inclusion: Bahuddeshy Viklang Jan Foundation; Madhya Pradesh Viklang Manch; Strengthening of Disabled People's Organisations
• Inclusive Education: Include Vidya Campaign; Mainstreaming Children with Disabilities; Functional Literacy to Rural Poor
• Inclusive Healthcare: Comprehensive & Integrated WASH Behavior Change Interventions; Programmes for Women and Children; Targeted Interventions for HIV/AIDS
Shishir Kumar is the Director of Naman Seva Samiti.
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work. Naman Seva Samiti has over two decades of experience in disability inclusive development. We have developed pathways for development which can provide a clear guide to organisations as to how development strategies built on financial inclusion can lead to sustainable development. We will be happy to share our learnings with Netzkraft Movement.