‘We believe in leading the change. We do not believe in rehabilitation. We believe in becoming activists in child labour through our Education. This is what our society and the adults owe us!”- A survivor of child labour
BBA believes that it is most important to save and rescue a child from exploitation at the earliest. However, in majority of the cases of forced labour, child labour and trafficking, it is just as important to provide the child with alternatives in education and training to prevent them from being re-trafficked and re-victimised.
Any process of rehabilitation must end in re-integration of the victim back in the mainstream society. But after being rescued, the former child labourer require not only social, psychological and educational support, but also basic necessities like, clothes, food, medicine and shelter. For these purposes BBA has its own little sanctuary (Ashram) for rehabilitation.