Vinoba Seva Pratisthan is an association of people and communities who carry a Gandhian Philosophy in life and action, has been formed and inspired by the pragmatic and humanistic work-ethics and values of Mahatma Gandhi and his number one disciple Vinoba Bhave .The organization is a common platform for the like-minded people to work together for human development.
Vision: VSP envisions a just and equitable society based on self-reliance, social well-being and sustainable development following the Gandhian and Sarvodaya principles.
Mission: VSP keeps going to people, organize and carry forward the Gandhian way of life, working for a convergence of multiple development initiatives aiming to improve the socio-economic condition of the poor people; bringing together the value oriented individuals & groups to work collectively for promotion of alternative development models; and Inspiring and involving young leadership for effective management of human resources to address developmental needs.
• Truth & Non-Violence
• Human Dignity
• Participatory Development
• Promoting Peoples Participation
• Partnership and coalition building
• Mobilization of the youth for peace, development and social harmony
• Pressure Group Formation for policy & programme advocacy
• Capacity Building
• Education and Awareness Campaign
• Networking, Catalyzing and Synergizing development efforts
Expertise and Best Practices:
• Action Research
• Lobby & Advocacy and Campaign
1. Livelihood & Food Security
2. Skill Development & Capacity Building
3. Child Care & Education
4. Health & Sanitation
5. Gender Justice & Empowerment
7. Environment & Natural Resource Management
8. Peace & Social Harmony
9. Emergency Response
VSP Activities are carried out in Several Districts of Odisha to materialize the organizational vision for a just and economically prosperous society.
Success & Milestone:
• Distribution of 120 Acre of Bhoodan Land to the landless Poor
• Training to 300 PRI members on Local Self Governance
• Training to 800 Young Peace Workers
• Training to 500 farmers on improved agricultural practices.
• Training to 300 Disaster Mitigation Team members for Emergency Response
• Training to 600 Youth Club members on community development
• Self employment assistance to 50 visually impaired women
• Jobs facilitation to more than 100 unemployment Youth
• Capacity Building of 350 women SHGs for self employment
• Training 150 CHW (Community Health Workers) on Mother & Child care
• Formation of over 100 peace clubs in Schools