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Street Children

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Elizabeth Sarian

on 12 June 2014

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Transcript of Street Children

Street Children
Effects of Being on the Street
Pictures of comparison
Discussion Questions
What do you think you would do if you saw a homeless child on the street?
How many people do you think just pass these children a day? Do you blame them?
How difficult do you think it is for these children to climb the economic ladder in life? Is this fair?
How are the parents responsible for their predicament? What would you do in their position?
What do you think our government should do about street children in America? Should we intervene in other countries as well?
Street Children are classified as kids from any age under 18, who call the street their home and take care of themselves usually without parental care.
What are Street Children?
By: Elise Perz, Elizabeth Sarian, and Anthony Ware
What can we do to help?
Life on the Street
4 Types of Street Children
Children of the street
How did they get there?
Social situations
Parental unemployment
Violence/ Abuse/Neglect
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender
Lure of apparent freedom
Foster children
Disabled Children
Children on the street

Part of a street family

In institutionalized care

Unstable lifestyles, lack of medical care, and inadequate living conditions
Children fending for themselves, finding food and places to sleep
Selling drugs, abusing drugs/alcohol, stealing, prostitution
Lack of Growth in:
Torture, Violence, Murder
Lack of security, protection, love and hope
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