Manavseva Sanstha previously known as "Jiyamukti Manavseva Sanstha" is a grassroots non-governmental Nation Building organization (NBO) founded in 1999 at Latur district in the state of Maharastra by service minded and dedicated young social activists who were actively engaged in the Killari earthquake rehabilitation program and joined together to form this organization for the Transformation, empowerment, overall development of the disadvantaged section of the society on the values of peace, justice and equity.... It is the most comprehensive intervention of a Manavseva Sanstha in terms of planned strategy and problem solving. The focus of the program has changed over the years in response to local, regional and national realities. In its current form, In its current form, it is designed to mainstream development, access rights through group and community mobilization, It specifically targets vulnerable Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Castes, Single Women, Persons with Disabilities, Small and Marginal Farmers, Landless Agricultural labourers and Migrant Labourers. Manavseva Sanstha is implemented in Maharashtra and is functioning in 106 villages, 12 blocks and 4 districts of the state.
"By 2030 we see marginalized communities and drought-prone villages sustainably developed through natural resource, agriculture and livelihood management."
"Manavseva Sanstha provied marginalized communities and drought-prone rural villages with education, training, natural resource management, agriculture and livelihood management, technology support, social advocacy and community skill building that will support in the creation of sustainable villages."
"A society with justice, security and equal opportunities for livelihood."