street child

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Noun1.street child - a homeless child especially one forsaken or orphanedstreet child - a homeless child especially one forsaken or orphaned; "street children beg or steal in order to survive"
child, kid, minor, nipper, tiddler, youngster, tike, shaver, small fry, nestling, fry, tyke - a young person of either sex; "she writes books for children"; "they're just kids"; "`tiddler' is a British term for youngster"
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This is in line with the DSWD's 'Report a Street Child in Metro Manila Program.
Through this account, concerned citizens can report children at risk by stating the exact location and situation of the street child or children.
The Sunday Mirror has joined forces with charity Street Child to help victims who have been out of education since April's disaster, which left 9,000 dead.
Every street child has a particular reason for entering the street life while some children are deceived by the promise of excitement and liberty; the majority is pushed onto the street by the desperation and realization that they have nowhere else to go.
Alfredo Leoni, hosted a ceremony at the Embassy of Brazil in Islamabad, on 19th May 2014, in honor of the Pakistani Street Child Football Team, who was awarded the bronze medal at the Street Child Football World Cup, which took place in Brazil in April 2014.
Street Child World Cup is a major event that brings together football, arts and an international street child conference, designed to campaign for the rights of street children around the world.
Ray Moore, the charity's co-director, runs football courses for boys and girls, broadening horizons physically and socially, and next year they'll be sending a team to the Street Child World Championship, in Brazil.
You are taking a street child for granted and trying to diminish his dignity.
The founder of Bat4Africa, Charlie Munton has said that money raised from the specially designed, grade one English willow bat will go to the Street Child Africa charity that works with local partner organisations in sub-Saharan Africa, the Mirror reports.
Moreover, the present study revealed higher percentages of helplessness, dependency and insecurity which can be attributed to the formation of groups or gangs comprising of new Street Children usually lead ahead by an adult leader, who himself might be a Street Child earlier.
The lunch has been organised by Our Lady of the Annunciation Bishop Eton Support Group in Liverpool which has raised money for Street Child Africa since 2004.