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From Street to Hope : Faith Based and Secular Programs in Los Angeles, Mumbai and Nairobi for Street Living Children.

By: Dabir, Neela.
Contributor(s): Athale, Naina.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New Delhi : SAGE Publications, 2014Copyright date: ©2011Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (310 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9788132107651.Subject(s): International Labour Organization | Street children -- Government policy -- India | Street children -- Government policy -- Kenya | Street children -- Government policy -- United States | Street children -- Services for | Street children -- Social conditions | UNICEFGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: From Street to Hope : Faith Based and Secular Programs in Los Angeles, Mumbai and Nairobi for Street Living ChildrenDDC classification: 362.7 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Contents -- List of Tables -- Preface -- Part I: Theorizing and Researching Street Children in Los Angeles, Mumbai and Nairobi -- 1 - Street Children Conceptualized: The Problem with the Definition -- 2 - From Definitional to Real: Global Realities of Street Children -- 3 - Street Children in the Big City: The Case of Los Angeles, Mumbai and Nairobi -- 4 - Public-Private Partnership: Empirical Review of the Involvement of Faith Based and Secular Organizations -- 5 - Street Children in the USA, India and Kenya: Policies and Programmes -- 6 - Global Initiatives for Street Children: Efforts by the UNICEF and ILO in the USA, India and Kenya -- Part II: The Research Findings -- 7 - Similarities and Diversities: Services for Street Living Children across the Three Cities -- 8 - Evidence Based Interventions at the Global Level -- Bibliography -- About the Authors.
Summary: Globally, street-living children are the most fluid population of vulnerable children. They are conspicuous yet subsist on the fringes of the marginalized. This book attempts to sketch a holistic picture of the street child phenomenon across the globe.
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Cover -- Contents -- List of Tables -- Preface -- Part I: Theorizing and Researching Street Children in Los Angeles, Mumbai and Nairobi -- 1 - Street Children Conceptualized: The Problem with the Definition -- 2 - From Definitional to Real: Global Realities of Street Children -- 3 - Street Children in the Big City: The Case of Los Angeles, Mumbai and Nairobi -- 4 - Public-Private Partnership: Empirical Review of the Involvement of Faith Based and Secular Organizations -- 5 - Street Children in the USA, India and Kenya: Policies and Programmes -- 6 - Global Initiatives for Street Children: Efforts by the UNICEF and ILO in the USA, India and Kenya -- Part II: The Research Findings -- 7 - Similarities and Diversities: Services for Street Living Children across the Three Cities -- 8 - Evidence Based Interventions at the Global Level -- Bibliography -- About the Authors.

Globally, street-living children are the most fluid population of vulnerable children. They are conspicuous yet subsist on the fringes of the marginalized. This book attempts to sketch a holistic picture of the street child phenomenon across the globe.

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