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


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.

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