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AfricaEducationalTru Mar 19
Many post conflict affected children have been driven to Mbale in the hope of finding better opportunities.They are fleeing famine, poverty, violence and high rates of HIV & AIDS that still affect their home towns. Give the gift of EDUCATION.
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Save the Children Feb 27
Kareem* supported his family as a street vendor selling coffee & cigarettes to passers-by. But after attending our centre, he tells us that these activities make him be a better person & encourage him to help the elderly & be nice to everyone!
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Save the Children Mar 5
“Street life is really dangerous, there was no food, I was very hungry. There was too much sun in the daytime & it was very cold at night. But here (at the shelter) everyone is my friend!”- Helen*, a former in .
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Siasat.pk 18 Nov 15
KP govt project for protection Free residence, food & education for 1000 kids.
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Allenton6s 11 Nov 16
An excellent "conscious alley" trying to convince Jim Jarvis to leave or stay in the workhouse!
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Sarah Ferguson Feb 7
Such a lovely welcome from the children in Porto Loko district, Sierra Leone. About to launch my charity campaign live on . Please support us if you can
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Richard Arnold Nov 21
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Ajshotit Mar 19
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UK Aid Direct Dec 12
There are children in who have run away from home and have no rights. Learn how Impact grant holders are providing support to re-integrate and provide care for this vulnerable group of young people.
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SC Campaigns Jan 16
“I got money by washing cars. At the bus terminal you can get money, but sometimes you don’t get anything, not even food. When I didn’t find food, I spent the day sleeping.” - Tirusew*, 16 from
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ZaraHatKay 6 Sep 17
is no longer a now DGRangers took responsibility of Student
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Streets Child Mar 20
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Aasraa Trust Feb 28
Ritesh, 7, is the quintessential . He is strong yet vulnerable, resilient yet yearns for affection.Idling or helping his mother occupied him till he started to arrive at our center hungry to learn & participate.
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SC Campaigns Jan 22
After struggling on the capital's streets, Helen* joined our shelter in , where our partner's nurses & counselors helped her feel safe again. She tells us 'I was very hungry, too much sun in the day & it was very cold at night
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Save the Children Jan 16
Tirusew*, 16 is a from who faced as he struggled to earn a living from washing cars. But thanks to you, Tirusew* was given a place at our shelter for & he is on his way to being reintegrated in his home village.
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The Nobel Prize Apr 12
From homeless at the age of 4 to Nobel Laureate. Read Mario Capecchi’s full story at :
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HLTA@MiddlethorpePrimary Jan 23
Great discussion and debate in Year 6 this morning about whether Mr Spink was right to ask Jim and his family to leave in Chapter 2 of Street Child. We are going to write our own narrative based on yesterday's freeze frames.
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CLSG Mission 14 Dec 17
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Nick Hewer 24 Oct 15
Good luck to all marathon runners in today's Street Child run in Sierra Leone in aid of
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Roberto Revilla Nov 22
absolutely smashing his performance at 10th birthday celebration
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