About Foundation

Aims and Objectives


To popularize the aims and purpose of the United Nations and its system and to promote its program and activities amongst the mass of society within India.


To promote international understanding, peace and tolerance through education, science, culture and mass communication


Organize program in the aims of social work, human resource management, Health system, culture and support the
Research program.

Organization Believes


In the potential power of the poor and Rural people to participate actively in development initiatives within their community.


In equal opportunity for man and women in society irrespective of class, age, ethnic, culture or religion.


In freedom of expression, movement and choice by man and women alike.


In social harmony free from communal bias.

All Human Rights for all.


Development of Women

Children Deprived of Education

Street Children

Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Discrimination and Exploitation

Child Rights

Food Rights (WTO TRIPS)





Human Rights



Every third woman is illiterate 60% of India women are anemic women are paid 40-70% less wages every 4th woman who dies in childbirth in the world is an Indian.


They form 22% of the Indian population but continue to be the most marginalized and poor. Organization reaches out to Dalit families. We also try to influence government policies which will help the social development of these groups.

Disadvantaged children

Every third child born in India is underweight; 20% of them die before they reach the age of five; 44 million work in hazardous industries; 40 million of them do not go to school. We support the child enrollment programme in School.


Human development in India is marked by sharp gender disparities. MSSP works by advocating through the media and public meetings and dialogue with policy makers, towards progressive changes in the laws, policies, institutions and social processes which impact on the lives of women, especially poor ones.

Tribal People

There are over 700 tribes in India, some of which are facing extinction. The proportion of tribes living below the poverty line is much higher than the national average.