2 edition of Street children in India found in the catalog.
Street children in India
W. S. K. Phillips
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|LC Classifications||HV887.I4 P48 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 204 p. :|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||93911141|
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As a charity for child rights, Smile Foundation has been providing education to marginalized children in poor rural and urban communities in 25 states of the country. Its flagship programme - Mission Education exemplifies the global struggle for universal education. The programme has succeeded in bringing more than , children to school. Causes of the street children include neglect by parents, death of parents, poverty, family divorce and abuse. Children flee to the streets, due to many reasons, and end up leading a treacherous life. Most children leave home as a result of death of their parents and domestic violence. When parents die, some children face hostility and fail to.
Access to education in India remains a very problematic and key barrier to realizing children’s rights. India continues to have the largest number of illiterate people in the world at million adults, the largest population globally, and 37% of the world’s total. This film reveals the brutal reality of life on the streets and in the slums of Mumbai, following the daily struggles of four young children to survive.
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Definitely a window into the horrible lives of homeless street children in India. Horrible lives that are also filled with moments of beauty, love, compassion, camaraderie, and freedom. This is a story of two extraordinary sisters and the boys who become like brothers/5.
Street children and families are a big problem in India, especially in urban areas in the rural states. By world estimates, the country has the largest population of street families and children; perhaps this is due to the fact that the India is one of the most populous countries in the world.
The article reviews the literature on street children and points out why there are street children in certain cultures and not in others. The reasons for their existence are related to poverty, abuse, and modernizing factors.
Street children are defined and distinguished from working and refugee by: True Story Child Abuse Books Street Kid by.
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Isabelle Knockwood. avg rating — 83 ratings. Nevertheless, poverty cannot stand alone as the only reason behind the phenomenon of street children, as a comparative research conducted on street children and working children in Brazil shows that the per capital household income of families of street children is higher than that of working children’s families (Rizzini et al., ).
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Millions of dreams need our help to stay aloft. Learn more. Save the Children is India's most trusted NGO for children. We have changed the lives of more than 1 crore (10 million) Indian children since Our Reach: Calendar Year Improved lives of lakh children out of which lakh were girls.
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Through extensive research and training activities and as a. Includes glossary, pronunciations of Indian words, engaging character-building questions, India craft activity and facts on India.
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The latest police statistics suggest kidnapping in India is a growing crime, with the reported abductions of children rising f in to 41, in Cini’s database chronicling why children materialise at Sealdah reveals that a quarter are.
The “Purple Line” of Deepa Anappara’s first novel is a metro system in another imaginary Indian city, and the book opens along its tracks, as seen from the perspective of a group of street boys. You can also peruse the internet and search for community organizations such as Hands on Manila in the Philippines, in India or in Cambodia.
Give A Moment. The simplest and the most valuable thing you can give to a child is time. Rather than brushing them off to make your way to the next tourist site, spend some. Fondly called ‘Book Street’ by patrons, these book stalls span an entire pavement on one side of Flora Fountain.
‘Stacks’ is an understatement; these are entire walls of books. Fiction, non-fiction, poetry, academic, original copies, second hand (‘pre-loved,’ if you prefer) there was even a bored seller thumbing Mademoiselle Author: Aditi Mukund. Like most people in rural India, he, his wife, and their children defecate in the open: Instead of using a toilet or latrine, they go outside, squat, and leave their feces behind.
The family was offered a free latrine by the village leader. Top 10 books about Indian families Families are a central concern of writing from the subcontinent and its diaspora.
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These are children from economically backward families, those without family care, children in street situations, children on the move, homeless children, migrant and internally displaced children, refugee children, child labourers and children in child care institutions. Street Children and Homeless Children – Definitions.
In everyday speech, people may use lots of different words or terms. ‘S treet children’ and ‘homeless children’ or homeless youth might be used interchangeably, but there are some differences.
Not all children who are homeless end up living in the open on the street. Many end up sleeping in very inappropriate but out of sight.
Bangalore, India - Across the globe more than million children between age five and 14 are involved in child labour, while India is home to the highest number of working children in the world. Taking A Walk Into the Lives Of India's Street Kids More thanchildren are believed to live on the streets of New Delhi.
A walking tour of .Study Methodology The study targeted street children in Harare, Bulawayo, Mutare, Gweru and Kadoma and involved interviewing a sample of street children in the five urban areas.
One hundred and thirty-five () street children were interviewed in Harare, 55 in Bulawayo, 27 in Mutare, 28 in Gweru and 12 in Kadoma.The reasons children go to the streets are unique to their individual situations. Often there isn’t one simple reason why a child is on the streets.
Rather, a combination of multiple factors drive children to a life on the streets, including poverty, neglect, the breakdown of the family, losing one or both parents to HIV/AIDS Continue reading "Why there are Street Children".