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This National Education Day, Give A Better Life To Street Children

National Education Day is an occasion that commemorates the need for all children to be educated. Unfortunately, education for street children is still not a reality in most parts of India. The number of children living on the streets and working hard to survive has been steadily rising. Education is not even on their radar amidst the […]

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Street Children Must Have A Better Future Where They Learn And Grow

India has a large population of street children. Using India’s massive rail system, children run away from their homes to escape abuse, violence, and poverty. They travel to big cities in the hopes of leaving that overwhelmingly difficult life behind, only to find themselves in the underbelly of the streets, alone and deprived. When thousands […]

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Let’s Gift A Promising Future To Street Children In India

Street children are one of the most ignored marginalized communities that need urgent help. They are not given access to their basic rights and more often not, many children grow up without having access to resources like education, regular meals, a safe shelter, proper healthcare facilities etc. Instead, children lead a vulnerable life on the […]

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Support Street Children To Grow Up In A Healthy Environment

Street children are a reality and their existence must be acknowledged as a first step. There are millions of children living on the streets of India, without any adult supervision or support from society. These children are deprived of any of the basic rights – they do not have access to proper education, daily meals, […]

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Celebrate Independence Day By Protecting Street Children In India

Street children can be found all over India – at bus stops, railways stations, dark alleys, poverty-stricken colonies, highways etc. Their existence is often ignored by the privileged ones but that needs to stop. After all, a country’s progress is defined by how the youth is progressing, and the reality of street children is deplorable. […]

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