The Baale Mane Trust

The Baale Mane Trust

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The Baale Mane (Baale Mane means "Girls’ home") at Gopalapura is a home for around 60 girls between the ages of 6 and 16 situated on the outskirts of the city of Bangalore, India. Founded in 2001 by Paraspara Trust, an NGO dedicated to the eradication of the child labour system, and now governed by The Baale Mane Trust, the home provides shelter and a loving home for girls. They girls are either orphans, have a single parent who is unable to care for them or have lost contact with their parents. Most of the girls have been rescued from domestic service, some have been found homeless in the streets by volunteers and others have been given shelter having been arrested by the police when living on the streets.

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121 Gopalapura, Gollahalli Post
Bangalore 562123
India



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