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Street Child United Apr 12
Today is international - join us on the ahead of the 2018 as we use the power of sport to change negative perceptions of street-connected children
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Godwin Obaseki (GGO) Apr 12
1.  As the world marks the International Day for Street Children, I reaffirm the state's commitment to protecting children through robust policies and laws to cater for their needs and ensure that none is left unattended to on the street.
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Reham Khan Apr 12
My mission is to see every child safe & off the street. We must implant article 25A.
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Godwin Obaseki (GGO) Apr 12
Replying to @GovernorObaseki
2.  I urge people to report cases of parents and other care givers who abandon or abuse their children, as the state’s Child Rights Law has provisions for the protection of children against abuse.
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World Missions IRL Apr 12
It's International . Can you take a moment and try to appreciate how a homeless child feels? Pope Francis says 'we need to see each child as a gift to be protected. We need to care for our young, not allowing them to be condemned to a life on the streets'.
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Darragh Whelan Apr 12
Thank you again to Luke and the for their great support of on
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Railway Children Apr 12
Millions of children face violence, abuse and exploitation every day. Today is . Today and every day, we stand with those children and vow to keep fighting with them and for them until no child ever has to live on the streets. Share this post to join our fight.
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Peter Fahy Apr 12
street children cannot be protected or gain equality and access to services unless they have an identity recognised by the state and means for police officers to access that information
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Plan International Apr 12
On International here are four steps governments can take to make equality for street children happen.
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Ubuntu African Foundation Apr 11
Physical and sexual abuse is one of the harsh realities of life on the streets for our children. This is why so many of our kids sniff fuel to mask the pain of life on the streets, to dull hunger pains and to help them sleep.
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Laughter Africa Apr 12
And that's a wrap....Sylvanus and Tapalapa finish a day which included 2 TV shows and 4 radio shows in Sierra Leone all talking about and asking the government to integrate the 4 steps for equality for street children into policy.
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Child Rights Connect Apr 12
Today is the International Day for Street Children. Children in street situations deserve respect, rights and dignity
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Save the Children NG Apr 12
"Should the life of a child on the street be based on luck? No, it's their right and rights are equal for everyone" says former Street Child Salmaan. He survived the streets, many won’t. Join us on and stand up for the rights of .
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StreetChild Apr 12
Every child deserves the chance to go to school. On help us give more of some of the world's most vulnerable children that chance
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World Vision Apr 12
15-year-old Meta and his 7 siblings were forced to live on the streets of Phnom Phen when their parents died. Meta's life was transformed through sponsorship and he now has a home and goes to school. Do you believe in a future without children on the streets?
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BRC_Initiative Apr 12
Today is . Let the walk begin!
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Rori Raquib Apr 10
Very excited to launch 's '4 Steps to Equality' campaign on - working with the best team!
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EU in Albania Apr 12
On the International Day for Street Children, the EU Delegation called for solid legislation, and solid social and minority protection systems, to eradicate this phenomenon once and for all.
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CSC Apr 13
A HUGE thank you to our members and supporters for a powerful . Together we must keep calling on governments take the 4 steps to equality for street children
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StreetChild Apr 12
On we're sharing the stories of street children we are helping to go to school - like Daniel. Thanks to your support, we are covering the costs of Daniel's school fees and learning materials so he has a chance of a brighter future.
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