About Us

Dr. Meera Shukla

President (MSSVP)

Manoj Bharti

Secratary (MSSVP)


Treasurer (MSSVP)


Member (MSSVP)
  • thumb1 Dr. Meera Shukla President (MSSVP)

    We live in extraordinary times! In March 2020, at the outset of the pandemic, we reached out to you. Despite the onset of uncertainty, we pledged that we would do our best to support members of our community most likely to suffer from the impact of COVID-19 and called on you to join us.

  • thumb1 Manoj Bharti SECRATARY (MSSVP)

    I am very pleased to say that my experience of associating with Manav Sansadhan Sanskriti Vikas Parishad (MSSVP) has been excellent and I feel it is a privilege too.

Manav Sansadhan Sanskriti Vikas Parishad (MSSVP)

Manav Sansadhan Sanskriti Vikas Parishad (MSSVP) is a non- profit organization, which is registered under the Madhya Pradesh Societies Registration Act, 1973 on January 12, 1994. The inception of the organization was the endeavor of some like minded committed social workers & youths, those who were dedicated to work for the greater cause of improving quality of life of people from the most vulnerable and downtrodden sections of the society. We are committed to promote sustainable development based on indigenous knowledge and practice in its all intervention. MSSVP works as a development agency and undertakes development program at a grass root to advocacy level for bringing in qualitative, capacity based and attitudinal changes among women and men, belonging to underprivileged and poor tribal communities in Surguja, Koria, Balrampur, Surajpur, Raigarh, and Kawardha district of Chhattisgarh State.

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MSSVP runs two shelter homes for the children,one for girls (in Ambikapur, Surguja) and one for boys (in Baikunthpur, Koriya). Both these homes are supported and supervised by the Women and Child Development Department.
Each home has a10-member staff, including a full-time Superintendent, counselor,Case worker,two house mothers,a cook, helper, housekeeper and paramedic. The juvenile J


Swadhar Grih is a short-stay home for women who find themselves in “difficult circumstances”, according to the ministry’s website. It was earlier supported and funded by the Central Social Welfare Board, New Delhi, and now by the Women and Child Department (WCD). MSSVP has been running this home since 2005. It was the first ever short-stay home in the state.
Here women, suffering domestic or sexual violence, find protection and a temporary home that helps them to rebuild a better life. Women suffering any kind of torture — mental, physical, verbal – can seek shelter and protection in Swadhar Griha.
Under this programme, the government provides for a woman (between 18 and 55 years) to stay in Swadhar Griha for 3 years during which period she is taught skills to help her stand on her own feet. The women are then restored and rehabilitated. Women who stayed in the home run by MSSVP have moved on to become AWWs of her area, teachers, beauticians, tailors, and so on.
At the end of three years, most of the women go back to a better life. Many have started a small business, like a tailoring shop or beauty parlour. MSSVP also arranges for a loan for them. Swadhar has a three-pronged strategy to rehabilitate the lives of the women who come to the institution: counsel the husband and his family and facilitate reconciliation; help the woman set up a business or help her find employment.


MSSVP’s Family Counselling Centre started in 2012 with the support of the Central Social Welfare Board, New Delhi. The objective of Family Counselling Centres is to provide preventive and rehabilitative services to women and families who are victims of atrocities and family mal-adjustments through crisis intervention and systematic counselling. MSSVP’s director, Meera Shukla, is known to be a good and effective family counsellor, and has personally resolved many crises in many families that were on the verge of complete breakdown. Besides her, there are two other counsellors at the centre.
The centre provides individual counselling, group counselling, family therapy, behaviour modification therapy, environment modification therapy, marital therapy, and psychological support to the client and family members. The main agenda of this counselling centre is to resolve marital problems, and find solutions to dowry related problems.
The cases come mostly from villages and block towns in Surguja district. A case can take anywhere from 3 to 9 months. A proper file is maintained for each case. Many of these cases are sent by Police deparment, Sakhi One Stop Centre , Swadhar Grih, Childline and aanganwadi workers.


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