Kranti Mahila Sangh (KMS) is a community organisation (CO) of female sex workers. Founded in 2010, the CO is based in Nashik district of Maharashtra State in India.
KMS has 1150 women in sex work as members and is registered under the Maharashtra Societies Registration Act, 1860.
KMS aims to address the developmental needs of its members through livelihood and civic initiatives and create a distinct identity for itself as a community institution, owned, managed and run by the community.
KMS provides various services to its members to empower them to be independent and self reliant.
KMS envisions that they will mobilise all female sex workers in the district to be members in the CO and avail its services and support their children to access education; and the CO having its own enterprise so as to have enough financial resources for growth.