Sangharsha Mahila Sevabhavi Sanstha (SMSS) is a community organisation (CO) of female sex workers in Latur district of Maharashtra State in India. The members are largely from scheduled castes and tribes and rural and urban parts of the district.
SMSS founded in 2012 is registered under the Maharashtra Societies Registration Act, 1860 and has 1066 members.
SMSS aims to empower female sex workers socially and economically and make them self reliant.
SMSS provides various services to empower its members.
SMSS envisions that all sex workers are able to access required services, such as health, financial, and social protection, livelihood support, violence prevention and education support for their children, from the CO.