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 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

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