Bal Ashram Trust

To create a child labour free society where all children receive free and quality education. Bal Ashram believes that systemic change can only be achieved when the victims themselves become the change agents against the exploitation and abuse that they have suffered.

Bal Ashram Trust
M-6 Kalkaji
New Delhi, Delhi 110019
India
91 11 2647 5481, 262
http://www.bba.org.in/balashram/index.php3

Director

Sumedha Kailash

Management Team

Nirpendra Singh - Manager, Shailendra Singh - Project Officer, Priyanka - Psychologist and Consultant, Sandhya Lakshmi Ch.- Project Coordinator

Board of Directors

1. Mrs. Sumedha Kailash, Settlor 2. 2. Mr. Rajendra Gunjal – prominent journalist, Chief Editor of “Dainik Navjyoti” 3. Dr. N. S. Rao-Social scientist and director of a Law Institute, r Institute. 4. 5. Mr. Vinay Singh – Persian scholar, st and historian, Dharamveer Singh - Advocate, han High Court, . Archna Senger- Physiiotherapist, Nirpendra Singh - Manager, Shailendra Singh - Project Officer, Priyanka - Psychologist and Consultant, Sandhya Lakshmi Ch.- Project Coordinator

Mission

To create a child labour free society where all children receive free and quality education. Bal Ashram believes that systemic change can only be achieved when the victims themselves become the change agents against the exploitation and abuse that they have suffered.

Programs

Bal Ashram as a transitory rehabilitation center for the rescued child labourers empowers them, provides education and vocational training helping them to become self-supportive, confident and emerge as change agents. Bal Ashram has a multiplicative role to play in the society, of providing an enabling environment to rescued children from exploitative situations and worst forms of labor, generating awareness in the source community and promoting the replication of these efforts.

Statistics on Bal Ashram Trust

Financial Statistics

  • Annual Budget for 2006: $175,000
  • Annual Budget for 2005: $174,400
  • Maximum Annual Budget: $174,400
  • Other funding sources: KidsRights, Winrock International and Plan International
  • Religious Affiliation: None