street children

Street children are a term used to refer to children who live on the streets. They are lived in the streets for years. Street children describe children who live or work on the streets. Some of these children live with their families. Most children on the streets are between the ages of about 5 and 18 years old, may be increase of 18 years. Street children live in abandoned buildings, cardboard boxes, parks or on the street itself. Street children are those that are not taken care of by parents or other protective guardians. They are seeped in the streets. Street children spend some time in the streets and sleep in a house with ill-prepared adults. Street children exist in many major cities, especially in developing countries. Children of the street actually live on the street (or outside of a normal family environment). Family ties may exist but are tenuous and are maintained only casually or occur


street children catastrophe in Egypt

Family cohesion among the good qualities of the Arabs and an Egyptian mother and Egyptian father who were and are still unknown soldiers in the lives of their children .. Suffer for their education and upbringing Educational valid .. Egyptian mother is Hjralosas in the family over the years, no Fajrmerbip mythical generations and affection .. The sacrifices we all know .. So Masbb, who drove her to leave her children? This is not normal!!

The answe
r is simply that the wrong economic policy of the Government of Egypt and the absence of social justice in the distribution of wealth to all the sons of the nation resulted in a terrible economic poverty of a large segment of society and the middle class collapsed .. This Madf poor children to get rid of a compulsory disposal .. It is not optional.

Ladies and Gentlemen: In a study prepared by
professors of the Faculty of Science Mansoura University, confirmed that one hundred thousand Egyptians infected with cancer annually and about thirty-five thousand Egyptians suffer kidney failure, including seven of the ten thousand children in addition to the hepatitis virus and many other chronic diseases, the disease would destroy the Egyptians in the long term if there is no treatment. Egypt witnessed a few years through a series of train accidents .. And the sinking of ships, which shall not be subject to any measures for the safety of their Bcrohzh just a few examples of Anhiaaloda in public facilities and mismanagement.

As for
the failure of the government and much embarrassed .. Where the financial resources of the country go? Why lest the announcement of the general budget of the State in detail all the countries, such as respectable? What kind of political and economic system of Egypt? Who is responsible for solving the problem of the Egyptian children Almlqon in the streets? And what his plans for solving them?

I go back to ask about solutions to the problem of two million Egyptian children lay in the streets and have no helper for them in an Islamic state .. We left the government and the law and the Constitution failed them .. Kidneys, but I hope and trust in Dmiroadl and the vigilance of the Egyptian people who are, I believe, are not fully aware of the story of these children and the risks resulting from this problem in the short term and long term for all of us

street children in Morocco

Become the phenomenon of street children in Morocco phenomena of concern to civil society in Morocco Tnamea and in particular to the increase in the number of street children of Morocco major cities daily.
Often, not without a Moroccan city of the children in a deplorable state. Find them in the parkin
g .. Restaurants near .. On the sidewalks .. In the garden .. Do not have a shelter and the homeless, they make some places, abandoned gardens and a place to stay, Muftrchin Mmelthvin land and sky.

Most - unfortunately - drift, Viaton smoking and alcohol but also drugs, and it has evolved to a crime in a number of cases.
And no one can reproach them for, and directly, they are the victims before they were anything else, the victims of societal and economic factors Trahmanm and did not have the op
tion to have the opportunity to face a difficulty of their circumstances.

The causes of the phenomenon:
1 - Divorce: Divorce can be regarded as one of the main reasons for the exacerbation of th
e phenomenon, that the separation of parents before the children of displacement and loss of necessity, and enough to know that 90% of street children have fathers and mothers, either father or mother. They are not for the foundling.

These children, we can divide them into three types:

- Am
ong the street children live and the home.
- Children working the streets, and most of them earn good.
- Children
are exposed to exploitation by the ugly street, either through their employment in difficult circumstances, or through physical abuse.

2 - Poverty: the Morocco of the most Arab countries, which are intensive migration from villages to cities, which resulted in wide disparities in living standards between the families, the families forced
Poor - because of the inadequacy of taxi father for example - to pay their children to work the street.
Abdel-Salam said the child, 13 years: "if they are not prepared fo
r the House at the end of the day at $ 30 dirhams ($ 3), the father Siqtlni beaten, so I can not refer to the House after receiving this amount as I have to work in several occupations in a single day" .

3 - Family problems: Children are sensitive Btabahm, and all the tension that occurs within the home negatively affects the child psychologically fragile the street and see a good haven for the suffering.
Karim, 16 ye
ars: "The best street House, there is always conflict in the home for big brother and my father, with the first theft of baggage, which makes my father threw him out of the house and there is always a hassle them"

4 - drop out of school: the children of the streets are all the children have not completed their education for one reason or another, as leisure time becomes longer and narrower outlook, Vindmon to a convoy of displacement.

-It would be
fair to say, without warning, the results of this phenomenon are the results of a serious and very serious indeed, and have a big impact on society as a whole and especially this portion, which is supposed to represent future generations.

And the results can be summarized as follows:

- Deviation: The exit of a ten-year street, for example, will inevitably lead to
the deviation, especially to the absence of a deterrent, it would not survive, therefore addiction cigarettes and alcohol and drugs, despite the small age.

Murad said the child, 12 years: "Give me the money I feed, and stop off on the smell of the drug" ... And an adequate one to Murad to realize the suffering of any living Buthaiabh tattered clothes and his face full of scars, which was a realistic response when we asked him to stop the abuse of that drug, which was between his hands.

- Disease: The status of these children in all the cities of Morocco are similar, they all sleep in the streets, where they are vulnerable to any climatic fluctuations of the sever
e cold, or heat or wind storm, resulting in various diseases is tuberculosis and cancer Boolha not last.

- Crime: we do not expect - of course - from a child to understand right from wrong, and is d
eprived of education and deprived of food and clothing. Thus, the street children turn to theft and robbery at passers-by various means.

- Begging: and it is also other means of livelihood for the collection of them, Vtgdam in traffic signals and parking and close to restaurants, begging passersby that they are blocking the subordination with a living.

Physical and sexual exploitation: This is a very serious aspect, there are some Jit networks, whether foreign or even Morocco, the exploitation of these children
either through employment or a pittance of sexual exploitation, and enough to know that the recent arrest of a French resident in Morocco Deficiency of these have been used to abuse children sexually, especially in Casablanca, which includes approximately 5300 homeless children, and it is truly alarming figure


street children catastrophe

street children catastrophe:
street children catastrophe yesterday did not differ from today, children are still subjected to many violations, the police may contribute in some of these violations, so Dr Hala thanked God researcher in the social sciences and the Chancellor in
the development, this group of children in need of this day, to feel with the society in which they lost, and feel they are outcasts of society will emerge victorious Vyazdedua it.

One of the workshops:

Although official studies did not recognize the tragedy of street children
in police stations, but the reality, as it might tell a child, saying: "I do not know my family, I am experienced with a large elderly man named with Saber, I lived with him for 5 years and died the application architecture of it involving his wife every day Tsepni LES Blell Flosse and hands a lot, and wants to serve the needs of Ma'aya solitude, Fihrpt and I traveled a lot and wipe Arabiyat Baht. "

He continues: "In the Name and the time I was one of Whitrbeni Shi, Sahit to the police and I have received Jrni Ischof section because I'm high or not .. the provisions of the Police Department was Bioagafna and strip us of our clothes, and Balqaic
beat us on our backs, and the boy who saw and was fuck smth Batabnjp his brain. "

At the end of story emphasizes the child which has not exceeded the four-year-old love of God that was meant by "Mmermtp" the street and entered one of the NGOs concerned with street children, and hopes to go a fair amount of education so that doctors could treat children like him addicted to drink, "hashish" tattoo "Alkllp."

The severity of the correctional:
A child who hopes that the future work so that the officers included a
ll the children of the streets in the assemblies to protect them from the dangers of police and corrections departments, and across from the Omntonh saying: I'm home Saturday for a long time because we have Flosse Mcanc, my father and my mother decided I Saybin some out of the street because Flosse answer, the in one of six Ptsrhani I Eiyal tissues and sell a lot of us is taking the money and the release of a small part of us is strong, and another night under the big deals we are all, on the government to test all of us died, and the officer asked you to go and Akhaddni Shi and hit me on the words said to me a monster and were Zbat Whitrbone, The children who were Peerhawwa were Ma'aya Beidavawa me of any need for solitude. "

He adds: "Rouht dimensions of reform, but where I live Mekdrc the street was shut because of the high Ptua correctional supervisors, and in the needs and often inhospitable I do not say is important, important, and Talat, I fled to the street again and I know the child has to get Khaddni Here Rjoni school TINGES


who are street childrens?

Who are street children?
Are children (male or female) who are under the age of 18 years living and sleeping and eating in the street, including those who do not work and others working in the informal sector and non-licensed, and their relationship with their families often either regular or lump.
These children live under three
* Children have a relationship with th
eir families and return them to stay a day.
* Poor children come into contact with their families, and go to them from time to time.
* Children do not have a relationship with their families or to the loss of death or divorce and more.

Characteristics of street children:
- Love to own property and to equality with others.
- Riots and Anad and the tendency of aggression.
- Very emotional and very jealous.

- Love to play together.
- Love Games movement and force.
- Representation.
- Emotional fragmentation.
- Lack of focus.
- Does not have the principle of right and wrong.
- Contradictory values.
The reasons for the spread of the phenomenon of street children:
- Poverty.

- (Family situation of divorce, family breakdown, child neglect, a cruel stepmother, large family size, the prevalence of illiteracy).
- Societal factors (random groupings, unemployment, civil wars, drought, famine and natural Alkuarat).

The implications of the spread of the phenomenon of street children:
Leakage and lack of access to education.

The inheritance of poverty and low professional status.
Sexual exploitation.
Exposure to disease.
The risks of exploitation of gangs


street children in Brazil

Did you know that 86 million children of the world's children living on the streets? This figure stems from the statistics of the United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF, does not reflect the actual number of victims of this practice? And that the problem of street children is not exclusively the preserve of the States or the world's developing countries of the globe Fmaha is rich or poor on an equal footing.

"Street children" was the focus of a symposium continued over two days, between 26-29 in Lausanne, under the auspices of the Terre Des Hommes "Terre des Hommes", a Swiss non-governmental organization primarily concerned with children's issues. The symposium was attended by experts and regional specialists and staff members of the organization to exchange information and views on the reality of this problem and ways to resolve in ten countries, namely Afghanistan, Albania, Bangladesh, Brazil, Burundi, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Morocco, and Vietnam.

Limited representation of developing countries in this seminar does not mean that the phenomenon outside of the countries of the South. If Brazil was the top of the developing countries in the explosive size of the problem with a number of street children to more than 12 million children, the United States, the first superpower in the world, living on the roads of about 100 thousand children.

Regardless of the location of the country, north or south, the situation of street
children remains one ... The development of the child imposes on the isolation from society and life in conditions of health and nutritional conditions and exposure to exploitation and physical abuse, psychological and sexual abuse.

UNICEF defines the concept of street children, each child under the age of 17
years do not receive support and care for physical, emotional and psychological family. This definition is close to the term "street children" adopted by the organization "Terre des Hommes." The organization would prefer to use this term, says Mr. Laurent de Danwah Delegate Terre des Hommes in Abanngladc, because it combines all the children who live on either side of the road throughout the day or certain hours of it, and thus includes the displaced children or working in the street or forced into prostitution.

Despite the presence of the phenomenon of street chil
dren in the past, has increased in size in some countries are strong in the past decades. This phenomenon, explains John Christophe Gerard representative of the "Terre des Hommes" in Egypt and Palestine, are modern in the country such as Egypt, compared with some other countries known as foot and the entrenchment of the problem in Brazil, or Morocco. But to do so in increasingly worsening.

The difficult economic pressures faced by poor families, especially in rural areas remains one of the most important causes of the problem of street children. Mr. Gerard explains: "Most of the children who find themselves in the streets of Cairo are not the indigenous population ... but coming from Upper Egypt, or from the villages and the countryside to search for alternative sources of income especially with the increasing pressures on their families, either because of the lack of a ground or low prices of agricultural products .... and end up in the streets of Cairo. "

In addition to poverty, Mr. Omar Saadoun, a Moroccan specialist in the field of education participated in the activities of the symposium, the disintegration of the family plays a role in creating the problem: "Some families began to abandon its responsibility in the upbringing of children, because the concern for them is the obsession of the search for a living. .. which led to the creation of crises and family problems to the extent of divorce and disintegration, and hence the displacement of children. "

The solution? The search for a common approach to address the problem of street children was a main theme of the symposium organized b
y the "land of human beings." Mr. Girard explained: "We were able to agree on a standard for employees in the organization to confront the phenomenon. There are four areas in which we can work in the street ... .. in the centers of activity reported by the child ... at shelters and with family .... The we seek to provide health services and nutritional status of children and reuniting them with his collection in order to qualify to be able to rely on itself and find work to provide a decent life ... In general, the way we deal with the problem to be determined in accordance with the needs of the child itself. "

Interestingly, as Mr. Gerard explained that this method in the treatment o
f the phenomenon of street children collide in many cases with the government policies adopted by many countries in their efforts to address the problem. Instead of merely treating the root of such policies to control the results and focus on campaigns to raise children in institutions are not well managed and contributes


street children in India

Everyone loves children and that is no more true than in India were family is at the very center of life.India Street Children dot Org is dedicated to raising public awareness and bringing about solutions to the problem. Although India loves their children, still thousands of children roam the streets of major cities around the country and receive neither education, food, clothing, or a bed to sleep in at night.
And ask:
What is happening?

Why are these children roaming and begging in the streets?
What should be done and who is willing to do something to help these poor children?

One of the fastest growing developing countries, although it ranks 115th among 162 countries in the Human Development Index. Rate of urbanisation was 28.77% in 2001. Nearly 29% of the population live in urban areas, with dramatic growth of slums and shanty towns. An average of 50% of the urban population live in conditions of extreme deprivation - compounded by lack of access to basic services and legal housing and poor urban governance.1,027 million of which 40% are under 18 (1/3 of the total population are under 15).UNICEF’s estimate of 11 million street children in India in 1994 is considered to be conservative. Estimated 100,000 – 125,000 street children each in Mumbai, Kolkata and Delhi, with 45,000 in Bangalore.

This report was made possible through the invaluable assistance of lawyers, If your heart has ever been touched by seeing a poor little child begging in the streets of India and you wanted to do something to help but you felt completely helpless to do anything to benefit that child. All of them must remain anonymous out of fear of reprisals by local police


London street children

Children and young people with sight problems are encouraged to visit the Centre to find out for themselves what is available.Our Children's Centre provides an innovative one-stop shop service for parents and professionals who need information and/or support on how to meet the needs of blind and partially sighted children and young people.

In addition, parents and professionals have the chance to meet in an informal setting to discuss issues and concerns and find solutions together.The Children's Centre is available to children and young people, families and professionals within London. The services offered are free, except for formal assessments and training. We also offer training courses for a variety of groups.

In London , street children are often called the "echabiles" the
disposable ones. Groups of parents and professionals are able to meet at the Centre to share ideas and discuss common concerns or particular problems at regularly organised events. Let the Children Live! seeks to alleviate the problems faced by street children by offering education, and job training, as well as simply somewhere to eat and sleep. It has also developed prevention strategies, which it implements in high-risk barrios.


street children in Indonesia

While estimates of the number of street children in Indonesia vary largest: they are in the tens of thousands and their lives on the streets are not easy.The children say they left home between four and nine years of age.Most of the children earn a little more than a dollar a day.About 75 percent of street children in a CCF-Indonesia study say they are on the street and a lot of the kids dream about finishing school and about 60 percent wish to stop working on the streets.

In addition to the early childhood development center, CCF-Indonesia is also working to improve the livelihoods of the families.The mothers are using the loans to establish small food stalls from which they sell cakes, fried rice and other good.Through micro-enterprise development, CCF helps mothers secure loans from the government.

Japan Fund Will Help Female Street Children In Indonesia.The total
cost of the project is estimated at US$1.1 million equivalent, The Indonesian Government and NGOs will finance the balance.Indonesia is known to many as an exotic holiday destination. Also has less idyllic sides as thousands of Indonesian street children know all to will


street children in Japan

UNICEF reports there are 150 million street children worldwide, ranging in age from 3 to 18. Forty percent are homeless; 60 percent have homes but are forced by poverty to work on the streets. The following year Child Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes (name edited by webmaster) , and quickly began participating in its worldwide activities.
On May 25, Jap
anese Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador Matsuo Mabuchi will take part in the presentation of renovated school in Pushcha Voditsa.

The government of Japan has allocated $34,000 for the Project
of Sanitary Conditions Improvement for the Street Children in Kyiv.
A 1999 survey of 12 Indonesian cities found that girls make up 20% of the country's e
stimated 170,000 street children, but programs to help street children have focused on boys. The total cost of the project is estimated at US$1.1 million equivalent. The Indonesian Government and NGOs will finance the balance.

The project
will help victims of sexual abuse and child prostitution in Yogyakarta by providing rehabilitation, medical, and health services.The executing agency will be the National Welfare Agency of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare. NGOs will implement the project, which is scheduled to be completed in March 2002.

A 1999 survey of 12 cities found that girls make up 20 percent of Indonesia's estimated 170,000 street children but that programs for street children have concentrated on boys. The survey also found that the majority of the female street children are between the ages of 4 and 18. Unable to attend school, they are the defenseless victims of brutal violence , neglect, chemical addiction and human rights violations


Roma street children

Roma street children play a central role.It appears that all Roma use one last name and register at the same address, raising interesting questions of Roma begging networks.Many street children are coming to Tbilisi from other parts of the country.Street children and adolescents are mainly unaccompanied children, It is not that street children are either "beggars, thieves" . Most likely marginalized children often are a combination of all three.

street children in Tbilisi:
The reports claims at the beginning that it is a qualitative report and then begins to present quantitative data.
(Source: World Vision. 2007.Street Children and Labor in Tbilisi)

Moreover the exploitation and involvement of foreign childr
en, including of Roma origins,Street children and adolescents are mainly unaccompanied children. However on the street children (mostly belonging to the Roma community) living in Italy with their family members, street children on the street often aged around 14 years


street children in china

China to set up aid centers for street children in cities .
We are helping them with a renewed ideology on street , street children need special care and protection so that their rights are better safeguarded . Currently street children have access to food and accommodationat relief stations . Experts estimate that there are a total of 1 million street children in China.
The street children's centers to be established across China will offer not only room and board but also basic education, which also provide help for adult vagrants.street children in china increase of
150,000 street kids every year.

Enditem China to set up aid centers for street children in cities . We are helping them with a renewed ideology on street children.The city of Zhengzhou is the first city that separated street children from adults in terms of public assistance,It started cooperation with the the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) in aiding street kids in 2001.
China will set up aid centers for street children in more than 200 cities


street children in Asia

There are up to one million children held in sex slavery and prostitution in Asia, Street children are young people who spend all time living and working on the streets of the world’s cities.
who usually come from large families, with six to ten children per family.The working street child works from 6 to 16 hours.They are found street children in Vietnam, China, Cambodia, Thailand, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Taiwan.

More often, however, children are abducted and sold to syndicates or brokers who pass them on to brothel operators for several hundred dollars each.Poverty is often cited as the reason for child prostitution's boom in Asia, Up to 200,000 women and children are sold into servitude in Pakistan each year, many abducted in Bangladesh and sold for sex.In 1993 Thai legislator Narong Noyomthai said at least 150 underage girls from Burma and china, In some countries children are tricked by foreigners, paedophiles who stay in an Asian country for longer periods, frequent its sun-kissed beaches or live there as retirees.

ECPAT says there remains at least 40 brothels, complexes of more than 100 filthy cubicles where mostly Burmese girls are forced to have 30 customers a night. ECPAT is trying to educate families, especially in rural Asia, ''to see that they do not have to sell their children''. A children's book in Tailand talks about child street children and has talks of street children to discuss the problem