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Street Children

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Jack Sedor

on 7 June 2014

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Transcript of Street Children

How many street children are there?
Estimated 100 million growing up on urban streets
Numbers can never be exact
Rates are always growing
Where are street children most common?
What are Street Children?
A street child is defined as someone under the age of 18 for whom the streets have become their home and have no source of protection or supervision.
Street Children
No matter where you go there are always going to be street children in that town, city, or state.
By: Aidan Lake, Jack Sedor, Larrysa T, and Anne F
What does the future look like for street children?
Latin America ~40 million
India ~11 million
United States, Canada, England, Bangladesh and The Philippines
What pushes children into the streets?
There are many different organizations worldwide, set up to provide help for street children
Street children live in urban areas
90% use drugs and alcohol to deal with their pain
40% identify as LGBT
Broken homes
Political forces
Organized crime syndicates
Moral and spiritual failure

How They Live
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