ManavVikas vision is of a world in which persons with disabilities are an integral part of society, participating in the community and living life to the fullest, with equitable access to opportunities and services. The focus of our work will be to facilitate enabling environments in the best interest of the child and the adult thus ensuring equitable, accessible, quality assured services using a life span approach. We will be informed and guided by the needs of persons with disabilities who are further marginalized by poverty and gender inequalities.Our work is guided by the core human values of respect, dignity and the autonomy of persons with disability and their careers. Strengthening capacities of all stakeholders is central to our work. The organization works towards being collaborative, participative, strategic, transparent, equitable, non-discriminative, accessible, and accountable in all that we do dedicated to follow the norms of safety and quality assured services in our work.
Through the consistent efforts the organization focuses
In reducing the service gap: by increasing access to services, ensuring quality of services, addressing all life domains – education, health, livelihoods, recreation, shelter, well-being, safety and permanence of services.
In reducing the participation gap: by increasing the participation of users/user groups in our work, building capacities of people with disability and facilitating participation in decisions about activities pertaining to their lives, influencing membership of people with disability in local governance and other leadership positions within the community.
In reducing stigma and exploitation: by increasing awareness about rights and needs of people with disability through information dissemination, media watch, social watch, and right to information activities.
In reducing the resource gap: Technical, Financial and Human Resource by: increasing revenue streams, improving knowledge base, and developing need based and appropriate professional development programs.