The who, why, and how of street children: a guide for street children projects within the child welfare movement
South African National Council for Child and Family Welfare, 1993 - Children - 115 pages
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CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION
WHO IS THE STREET CHILD?
WHY ARE CHILDREN LIVING ON
abuse address the problem adults aetiology amongst Aptekar areas Baizerman Balanon basic begging behaviour boys Brazil Cape Town causes centre chapter child abandonment children and youth children in South clients Cockburn & Giles Colombia dealing with street effects Ennew evaluation example existing facilities function glue sniffing goal groups Guatemala Hillbrow Homestead identified implement important individual inhalation Inter-NGO Programme intervention involved Jill Swart Latin America Lenasia macro level Macro programmes malunde measurement micro needs of street Non-formal education nuclear family number of street objectives organisation parents police poverty Powell and Thomas programmes for street projects for street responsibility Richter Scharf services for street shelter SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS skills smoke glue social workers society solvent South Africa specific staff stage step strategies street child phenomenon street children problem street children projects strollers structure survival UNICEF volatile substance abuse Zingaro