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TCF Pakistan Apr 12
There are more than 1.2 million in Pakistan. By providing children like Boota access to education, we can help them build a better future and escape poverty. Help us send more children to school. Donate at
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Sue Ellam 3h
Muskwa is a non profit organisation, executive members receive no type of honorarium
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South Asian Literature Prize & Events Trust Apr 11
, deserve the same rights, care and protection offered to all other children. Join us in fighting for their basic human rights!
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Soulfully Connecting 14h
Muskwa International has a 3 part program oriented towards these children
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Child to Child Apr 15
"For everything that is to follow a legal commitment, one radical idea would be to consult the actual young people to be served by state policy. This would mean looking at as agents, not just passive victims." Meaningful participation informs policy!
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Soulfully Connecting Apr 19
100% of the net profit goes to the programs
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Soulfully Connecting Apr 18
They look for cans and bottles to sell so they can buy rice to eat
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Soulfully Connecting 20h
Some of them are trained by adults from early childhood to beg or steal
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Sue Ellam 15h
As they can’t get a job, they can’t send their children to school
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Volunteering India Apr 16
Street Children in India are deprived of love and care, and your sole responsibility as a volunteer is to shower them with what they need the most. Make a difference in India by volunteering in this project.
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Soulfully Connecting Apr 18
Providing food & shelter, education + books & uniforms, reconnecting them with family
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StreetInvest Apr 18
Our Director of Programmes is bidding farewell to tonight after a jam-packed week with their team in Mombasa, celebrating achievements and discussing challenges for .
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Sue Ellam 20h
Most of them come from the provinces, with no education or trade
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Havenus Apr 14
Once a child begins to live on the streets they very soon realize that life is short, violent and perpetuated by crime. In Latin America, the problem is particularly difficult. The average life expectancy of a street child is just 4 years.
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Soulfully Connecting Apr 11
Some of these children are abandoned
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Different Kettle Apr 12
Today is International Day for Street Children. So please, join the quest to recognise the strength and resilience of millions of street children around the world.
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Dr Su Lyn Corcoran Apr 12
When you go into the streets, you don't just go. You must have a plan, a strategy, an exit plan. Bokey Achola from introduces team of organisations collabotating on Mombasa headcount and training that took place with 1/2
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StreetInvest Apr 12
Today, as part of event, we are launching the findings of a groundbreaking joint headcount of street-connected children conducted with Mombasa County Gov, addressing the data gap and making visible to policy makers
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International Center For Human Rights Apr 13
has more than 7 million street kids and not enough support centres. are poor or homeless children whom are living on the streets of a city, town, or village. Their rights to safe, healthy, and secure life shouldn’t be forgotten.
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Soulfully Connecting Apr 18
They consider themselves lucky to have a good thick piece of cardboard to sleep on
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