Child Protection

Regarding Child Trafficking & Child Labour

झारखंड के राज्यपाल माननीय श्रीमती द्रोपदी मुर्मू के साथ श्री प्रियंक कानूनगो अध्यक्ष राष्ट्रीय बाल अधिकार संरक्षण आयोग नई दिल्ली और श्री संजय कुमार मिश्र सचिव बाल कल्याण संघ (BKS) रांची के साथ अनौपचारिक मुलाकात हुई जिसमें झारखंड में बाल तस्करी, बाल श्रम के मुद्दे को लेकर माननीय राज्यपाल का ध्यान आकृष्ट किया गया।

Summer Camp In Koderma

A two days summer camp was organized at Koderma district on 25-26th May 2019. In the camp more than 70 children were participated and enjoyed their vacation. The objective behind the camp is to give happiness to the heard to reach children and the children whom parents are working in the mica mine area and give knowledge to the children about their rights and protection policies. The initiative was highly appreciated by all. (more…)

Saksham Vidyalaya – Saksham Bachca – Saksham Sikshak

Over thousand school children of ten government schools, survivors of trafficking and child labour of shelter home- Kishori Niketan attired in blue colour uniform joined hands to celebrate 29th International Child Rights Day held at Bijupada on 20 November 2018. The chief guest of the programme was Mr. Arjun Munda who appreciate  the efforts of BKS , said that their undue efforts to work tirelessly for children’s right will never go unnoticed as it has set the benchmark for various stake holders throughout the state.

State Resource Centre (SRC) & Integrated Rescue cum Rehabilitation Centre (IRRC)

Bal Kalyan Sangh is running State Resource Centre at Ranchi and Integrated Resource-cum-Rehabilitation Centre (IRRC) project at New Delhi, supported by Jharkhand Women Development Society (JWDS),an autonomous body setup under ,Department of Women, Child Development & Social Security Government of Jharkhand. The objective of establishment of these two co-ordination centers is to facilitate rescue of victims, identification of survivors staying in various shelter homes of Delhi and coordination with local administration and other stakeholders to facilitate support services like medical examination, lodging of FIR, wage compensation, legal aid and ensure safe repatriation to home state. (more…)

Hamara Bachpan Hamara Adhikar

Programme Objective: To address the issue of Human Trafficking, Child Labour and Child Protection in source areas of Jharkhand, to aware and sensitize the people and children of Jharkhand, to advocate with government to form better policies, to work on drop out issues in Jharkhand and to combat this issue from Jharkhand and finally to create livelihood opportunities in Jharkhand. Programme Highlights: The two children Ms. Juhi and Ms. Poonam started anchoring the programme and they initially called the students of Rajkiya Krith Madhya Vidhyalaya Khunti to sing welcome song and welcome the honourable guests present in the dias. (more…)


BALKUNJ serves as a residential home for children who are away from home and provide comprehensive child care facilities to children for ensuring their all round development. It is aimed at ensuring proper care, protection and contribution in overall development of children up to the age of 18 years. The Objective of the Children Home is to:
  • Provide Shelter, Proper Care and Protection to children living in difficult circumstances without parental care.
  • Provide shelter to those children whose case is pending before the Child Welfare Committee till final decision is made or restoration in family is ensured.
  • Coordination with JSCPS, DCPS, CWC and local Police for rescue, rehabilitation and providing institutional care to children living in difficult circumstances and vulnerable conditions.


Aim Strengthening Child Protection Mechanism in villages, blocks and districts for protection of children. Objective Strengthen child protection institutions at district and block level, build their accountability and efficiency to provide comprehensive child protection services across 6 districts of WB and Jharkhand Upscale market based vocational training model for CDWs, create evidence of its success Generate demand of protection services at community, schools and strengthen the delivery of govt. services at scale, leading to improved protective care for children in rural & urban areas.


PROTECTING AND EMPOWERING CHILD DOMESTIC WORKERS (CDW) Aim The overall aim is to reduce CDW through an integrated approach of prevention, response, system strengthening, awareness raising and evidence sharing. Its is to reduce CDW across three states through an integrated approach of prevention, response, system strengthening, awareness raising and evidence sharing: To undertake CDW programming and advocacy work; rehabilitate, protect and educate CDWs and children at risk; establish rural child protection systems to counteract uninformed migration/ trafficking and NGs to monitor and tackle CDW levels; engage multiple stakeholders to promote children’s rights and advocate against CDW; build evidence of the prevalence and impact of CDW; and strengthen government approaches to tackle the situation. (more…)