Annual Reports

  • Annual Report 2011-12

    We can not and should not be satisfied as the prevalence of even one incident of child labour is enough to be angry, impatient and to be acted upon immediately. Every day of existence of slavery, trafficking, illiteracy is a black chapter in the human history.

    See: Financial Report

  • Annual Report 2010-11
    BBA dreams of building not only a child labour free world but a child friendly world. Towards this end, BBA works for providing a holistic solution to end child labour. BBA is actively involved at many levels – from working with community at the grassroots, to advocacy for policy change with policy makers and through legal action, rescue of child labourers and their rehabilitation and sensitising communities and others through campaigns to prevent child labour.
     
  • Annual Report 2009-10

    Undoubtedly, remarkable achievements have been made by Bachpan Bachao Andolan (BBA) during the last year as every year. But much more significant is to see the changes in the environment around us in favour of child rights.

  • Annual Report 2008-09

    To see that no child is engaged in child labour and that every child is in school- this is the dream that led Kailash Satyarthi to start Bachpan Bachao Andolan (BBA) in 1980.

  • Annual Report 2006-07

    This year the movement (Andolan) saw many achievements and the most prominent one is the passing of the notification to ban the use of Child Domestic Labour.

  • Annual Report 2005

    2005 is the silver jubilee year of Bachpan Bachao Andolan (BBA). We can raise our heads with humility and pride for being the first non-government initiative to challenge the ugliest social evil, i.e., human slavery.

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