Established in the year 2006, Bal Suraksha Abhiyan Trust (BSA) is a registered development organisation founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Cluny. Based in Kalimpong (West Bengal, India), BSA was formed to work for the rights of children, especially for the elimination of child labour and other forms of exploitation of children. In just over ten years, BSA’s interventions have covered a range of aspects – from working in the community on prevention to providing rescue and rehabilitation services to lobbying with the government for implementation of child labour and child rights related laws. In doing so, the organization has not only created visibility and promoted action against child labour in the community but also made a name for itself amongst government agencies in Kalimpong and Darjeeling Districts whose services even the government has come to depend heavily on.

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c) Be Proactive

  • Don’t employ children
  • Don’t give alms to children
  • Boycott establishments (shops, restaurants, dhabas etc.) where children are working
  • Never employ children as domestic workers or helpers in households, eateries, stalls, restaurants or as labourers in industries as prohibited under the Child Labour (Prohibition & Regulation) Act, 1986

d) Volunteer with us

  • We are a small team of people working towards a vision to create a Child Labour Free Society. But with your help it is possible to achieve that goal faster and better! You can be part of our endeavour to make a positive change in the lives of all the children who need our care and protection.

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e) Donate to BSA

  • Become a part of this movement by making a small contribution to support our interventions run for children and youth. All donations to Bal Surksha Abhiyan are 50% exempt from tax under section 80G of the Income Tax Act, India. As per Indian Tax Laws, it is mandatory to have full name and address of the person donating or else its treated as anonymous donation and is subject to taxation.

Quality education for a child for a year Rs 5000

Children rescued often need to be enrolled in school. Our children are put in Government and private schools. In addition we ensure a plethora of opportunities for wholistic learning – One on one study assistance, music class, karete class, crafts, exposure to agriculture and gardening, reading and library, drop incentre after school, etc


Special care to children with special needs Rs 2000

The girls and boys we reach have various special needs – psycho social support, critical health care, emergency medical aid, HIV support treatment

Empower a girl child with information, training and skilling for a month Rs 500

Rehabilitate and reunite a child with their family 

Protect a child and ensure her childhood

children from becoming child labourers by sensitizing stakeholders like police, government officers, community based organisations, parents, teachers, and children etc

Support a Children’s Club 

Support other expenses like Vehicle maintenance, building / office maintenance, printing, setting up Corpus Fund or any other urgent expense