Our organization defines “Friendliness and service to all” create a lasting impact on communities with whom we work, to engage, enable and empower them to bring about enduring change in their lives.

About Us

Mythri Sarva Seva Samithi

MSSS focus and area of expertise is in the issues related to women, youth and child welfare

MSSS works for most deprived sections of the society like that of waste pickers and slum dwellers in urban context, below poverty line deprived communities in the rural areas.MSSS is people centered approach with practical and hands on in real time that touches people’s lives and aims at provision for basic needs service, poverty alleviation and environmental protection. We strive to deliver quality service in local communities with tangible asset benefits. We partner and collaborate with Government organizations, Non-governmental organizations, Private companies and Global networks to link and learn continuously for growth and outreach. Using this as a platform, our mission would be to engage, to empower, to inspire, to deliver quality work and become a change maker in propagating enduring solutions in areas of water, sanitation, environmental protection, poverty alleviation and dissemination of information.

Our focus areas


An integrated approach to build a equitable and empowered society


Mission & Vision



OUR VISION

Water, Sanitation, Health and Improved Basic standards for all.

OUR MISSION

• Promote enduring solution in the areas of water and sanitation. • By 2025 setting up an affordable technology combined water and sanitation park along with skill training center for youth in 2 acres of land in Rural Karnataka. • Environmental protection and Poverty alleviation. • Promotion of solid waste management and connecting through food and enhancing life in all forms. •By 2025, measure and demonstrate in the lives of 50 farmers improved income for their families through adaptation of regenerative farming practices.




Our Programs

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Promotion IEC/HRD Program under Jal Jeevan Mission

Water Management through community participation Way of Content Delivery Model Demonstration Exhibition of IEC materials Mobilization of volunteers for Small water body rejuvenation Training of Panchayath Raj Institution members and other stake holders"

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Vocational training for Adolescent Girls

Provision of better livelihood opportunities for boys and girls through training on professional skills, life skills and economic management for unemployed group in the deprived communities. Way of Content Delivery with demonstration for quick & easy understanding of the training aspects

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Model Village Concept

WASH program _Installation of Household level environmental friendly model Awareness by resource persons and motivated communities for installation of environment friendly models like Biogas, Rain Water Harvesting Structure and Solar lights also installed RO plant for Drinking Water.

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Wash Program

Rapid assessment of the context, base line data collection and compilation, field level interaction with target groups, focus group discussion, social marketing of products and services, home visits and mass awareness programs, beneficiary identification for water connection and toilet construction, Watsan committee formation, exposure visits to other facilities, supervision and monitoring of construction process, IEC activities combining developing GPs coordinates, interaction with the officials for fund flow.

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Solid Waste Management

Assessment through Knowledge, Attitude and Practice study, put in place a standard operating procedure starting with waste survey, categories, quality, quantity, how to collect, transport, manage, treat, dispose waste, facility design, equipments, machinery, civil works, capital and operational costs involved, monitoring parameters, sources of revenue, training modules for key stakeholders, communication plan with signage, hoardings, monitoring with corrective and reporting mechanisms, with data inputs for compliance.

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Skill Development:

Aimed at adolescent and young married girls in Northern Karnataka who are married at an early age. Deprived of education and skills, pushed into taking care of their families, these girls are chained into cycle of poverty. Using tailoring as entry point, young girls are mobilized for rigorous tailoring and embroidery skills education. A certificate and tailoring machine is given at the end of the course, giving them an opportunity either to be self employed or find employment through a organized sectors.


Our Activities

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Atal Bhu Jal Yojana Grama Sabha

08-Nov-21

The goal of Atal Bhujal Yojana (Atal Jal) is to demonstrate community-led sustainable ground water management which can be taken to scale. The major objective of the Scheme is to improve the management of groundwater resources in select water stressed areas Atal Jal is targeted at sustainable ground water management, mainly through convergence among various on-going schemes with the active involvement of local communities and stakeholders. The convergence shall further result in incentives to State Governments for suitable investments, aided by strong data base, scientific approach and community participation. The scheme has been designed as a pilot with the principal objective of strengthening the institutional framework for participatory ground water management. It also aims at bringing about behavioral change at the community level through awareness programs and capacity building for fostering sustainable ground water management in the selected areas.

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Vocational Training Program for Adolescent Girls at Koppal District of Karnataka

29-Oct-21

Income Generation Programme for Adolescent Girls is executed at Bevoor of Yelburga taluk, Koppal district. Project aimed to empower the adolescent village girls (who were working in seed production) with tailoring skill which will help them to earn their livelihoods by stitching clothes during their leisure time or make a business by setting up tailoring shop and tailoring training center Supported by BASF Vegetable Seeds Netherland Employee Donation and being executed by MSSS

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Nataional Program Management Unit Officials Visit

22-Oct-21

MSSS District Implementation Partner organization prepared Water security Plan for Rajaghatta grama Panchayath under Atal Bhu Jal Yojana. Nataional Program Management Unit Officials Team visited grama panchayath and Interacted with grama panchayath members, Officials and Other stateholders on Atal Jal Implementation Process.

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Exposure Visit to Best WATSAN Practices

29-Aug-21

MSSS Identified as an Implementing Support Agency to promote IEC/ HRD activities. Under this program Msss build awareness through diverse, effective and multiple communications media that focused on community roles and responsibilities in participating and contributing to the program as part of the Program Exposure visit to the Stakeholders on best Practices is also one of key element.

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Model Village Concept

25-Jun-20

-WASH program _Installation of Household level environmental friendly model -25 Rain water harvesting model demonstrated all the households having solar lighting -Community treated drinking water facility managed by the community

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Water Management through community participation

04-Jun-20

"The ground water and soil in the area is contaminated due to indiscriminate discharge of untreated /inadequately treated effluents and dumping of solid wastes from industries. According to a reliable report (IESC) another serious problem that has been noticed is the depletion of groundwater on account of over-exploitation. It is found that the units with 10 acres of floriculture have dug up an average of 4 bore wells and each well goes to about 600 feet. According to one estimate, the groundwater use is 212-acre inches per hectare, which is almost 40 times higher than the amount of water used by normal food crops like ragi. This has caused groundwater levels to go low. IMPACT 1500 Grass root workers were trained on water management 500 Village Water & Sanitation Committee members were trained on water management 250 Panchayath Raj Institution members were trained on water management Conducted water literacy programs & Competition

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Vocational training for Adolescent Girls

04-Jun-20

Provision of better livelihood opportunities for boys and girls through training on professional skills, life skills and economic management for unemployed group in the deprived communities. A debate was organised for school children regarding Protection of the Environment.


Our Impact

It is the small change that makes the biggest impact.

Members


Board Members

Anslem Rosario

Founder and General Secretary

Harish Babu S

Chief Executive Officer

Narayan Bhat

President

Mr.Rajaram V

Vice-President

Mr.Bosco Antony

Treasurer

Advisory Panel


Ms. Shobha Murali

Compliance Experience in handling Compliance for 18+years Governance Experience in handling Corporate Governance for 8+years Accounting &Finance,Experience in handling Accounts for 8+years,HR Practices Experience for 8+ years,Marketing & Fundraising.No corporate experience, But in Rotary & Lions handled during her presidentship in 2017-18, MIS-Technology,experience in IT Industry Program Management and experience in Manufacturing and IT industry Leadership & Strategy.

Gargi Ojha

Core strength area to market an NGO. One has to build it as a brand and then encash on the brand equity to raise funds, have to think new avenues to raise funds. Not only CSR funding but multiple innovative options. To do business as a business house, she believes NGOs are also in a business-upliftment of lower strata of people to make them self-sustaining.

TEAM MEMBERS

Alphonse Jemonie BA

Dr.Padmini.R Phd

Prema Mahanatesh BA

Ms.Saraswathi BA

Ms. Pankaja Ramachandra MA

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Account Number: 2739101002534

Bank: Canara Bank

Branch: Bangalore HAL 3rd stage

IFSC Code: CNRB0002739


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VOLUNTEER WITH US

We welcome volunteers to help us with training, graphic design and fundraising. For more information, mail us at msss87@gmail.com



Get in touch

Mailing Address

Mythri Sarva Seva Samithi, "G-3 Four Corners Lotus Apartment, #45, 9th A Cross, A-Sector,Yelahanka New Town, Bengaluru – 560064

Email Address

msss87@gmail.com

Phone Number

Ph:080-42012130/40 Mob: 9448447701

Mythri Sarva Seva Samithi, "G-3 Four Corners Lotus Apartment, #45, 9th A Cross, A-Sector,Yelahanka New Town, Bengaluru – 560064