Social mobilization occupies a central place in organization approach with a primary focus on working with poor & disadvantages. Social mobilization is a participatory process, to raise awareness, mobilization & involve local institutions, local leaders, & local communities to organize for collective actions toward their common goal. Social Mobilization is one of the core & main component of NSDS with strategy of interventions is to forming, supporting, facilitating & capacity building of community organizations (CO), village organizations (VO) community based organizations (CBO) local activists, local leader, change makers & local communities. NSDS’s mandate is to strive for poverty alleviation through people’s potential to help themselves without gender discrimination, equity & equality to assume control of local development and improve their standard of living. Methodology of local community’s development is an important forum for empowering people to take an active role in the management of local development initiatives. By ‘social’ is meant on the basis of common ground for a common purpose. A ‘mobilized’ community is one that is able to identify its needs and find the resources necessary to meet those needs.