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 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

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