• 34, Annasandrapalya, Vimanapura, Bangalore, Karnataka-560017, India
  • (080)-25232749
  • projects@apsabangalore.org


Inchara (The Bird Song)

Young people in slums who are interested in sports or cultural activities such as dance, theatre and other artistic pursuits are often unable to pursue these due to lack of resources and space for expression of creativity and talent, no support from the government or their own community members. Thus, the Inchara project was born

Media Cetre

APSA’s Media Centre gives talented youth from its working areas to learn and improve their skills graphic design, photography, animation and documentary film-making through workshops in handling still/video cameras, script writing, developing storyboards and video editing software. Youth learn to document the realities of their own lives including issues of child labour, child marriage, challenges

Slum Outreach

APSA’s community development programs are based on the principles of people’s right to Information, Empowerment (economic & political) and Participation. Towards achieving this, APSA works with community based organizations (CBOs) such as women’s SHGs and Federations, youth groups and children’s collectives on obtaining basic rights and services such as child health, land and housing, drinking

Child Labour

APSA was one of the pioneer organizations in the country to take cognizance and highlight the issue of child labour. More than 3 decades of direct experience working with and understanding children has shown that the economic exploitation of children is framed in a vicious cycle of poverty, illiteracy and child labour. While promoting education

Sexual Health & Work With Trafficked Children (Suraksha Project)

Today’s dynamically changing, evolving global scenario, with modernization of lifestyles, culture, dress and habits changing on a daily basis also has a dark side – more and more children (both boys and girls) are falling victims to physical and sexual exploitation, apart from being habituated to alcohol and other psychotropic substances. The issue has become