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


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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

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