In Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, it's illegal for children to live on the streets
Traffickers, abusers, and even the police try to round them up.
Alone and terrified, these innocent youngsters hide precariously in trees or desperately seek the relative safety of Kathmandu's temples.
With a birth certificate they can come out of hiding.
Birth registration is compulsory to become a citizen of Nepal but 48% of the children in the country don't have their birth certificate.
A birth certificate means a girl like Kala can go to school and have a real future.
Each birth certificate costs £36
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