Poverty, AIDS, and Street Children in East Africa
Joe Lugalla, Colleta G. Kibassa
Edwin Mellen Press, 2002 - Social Science - 341 pages
The book focuses on street children's lives and health status in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania, the strengths and weaknesses of existing public policies, and makes recommendations for remedies.
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Children in Debt The Experience of Street Children in Nairobi
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