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2017


Street Children Face Extreme Life Struggles

Children who live on the street lead extremely vulnerable lives. They can often be seen begging at traffic signals, loitering in the streets or engaging in odd jobs. These odd jobs can be at a tea stall, at train stations or bus stands, or could even include illegal activities. Unfortunately, many children on the streets […]

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A New Lease of Life

More often than not, our perception of people is settled in the very first meeting. That impression seldom abandons the person it is attached to. The same is the case with the street children who are given intervention by SBT. People often take one look at them and assign a rigid personality to them. Some look at these […]

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Street Children Healing the Right Way

Adolescence can be a period of great emotional torment, not only for the child but also for the family. Confused due to various bodily changes, a child often experiments with the development of their personality before a coherent identity is formed. How children see the world is bound to be framed, primarily and directly, by what they […]

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Child From Streets Finds his Way Back

A child’s heart is as pristine as the untouched glaciers of Himalayas. This world however, gets more and more toxic with each passing day. Coming from a house where violence was an everyday reality, this particular child’s heart was soon contaminated with violence and the fear of being a subject to it. Living with an alcoholic […]

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