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Impact

In the last year alone we’ve had a significant and lasting impact on the lives of so many street children.

Birth registration

+577

881

adults trained in positive parenting

912

street children helped to develop and improve their social and life skills

654

street children and young people provided with medicine, food or clothing

556

young people provided with training in vocational trades

Education

+913

Re-integration

+148

Legal representation

+148

1,670

children and young people provided with emergency support as a result of COVID-19

1,476

children provided with psycho-social support

32

child leaders pledge to represent the voices of street connected children in Child Protection System forums or networks

395

children supported to share their knowledge about Child Rights with their peers

33,131

children and young people supported in 2020 either directly or indirectly

“We really felt their support and up to today, we are grateful for all they give us. They are always there. From the start they encourage us. For them, we were important.”

Feedback on our partner CONACMI in Guatemala

We attribute our success to the unique adaptive process we use. Monthly reviews of narrative and empirical data ensure our programmes continue to have the biggest impact on the lives of the children we support.

In the last year we’ve done so much to change the lives of street children around the world. But there’s more to do.

Stories of transformational change

Blanca

Birth Registration • Bolivia • 2021

“With my ID I go to school, I have friends and I want to buy a house for my grandmother and my sisters.”

Read Blanca's story

Devi

Street Outreach • India • 2021

“Devi was a self-conscious and introverted child but her involvement in sports and various activities has transformed her personality, she has become an extrovert and shows us that she is fearless.”

Read Devi's story

Sahana

Emergency Response • India • 2021

“I don’t know if we will die of Covid-19, but if conditions keep getting worse, we will starve.”

Read Sahana's story

Sejun

Emergency Response • Nepal • 2021

“Sejun was asked what made him happy, he responded; playing with his friends and said that he really misses them. He also said that he is desperate to go back to school and to the learning centre.”

Read Sejun's story