Educating Street Children of Hyderabad

by Fast Rural Development Program Vetted since 2014 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
Apr 9, 2018

FRDP want to start schools for Street Children

Street children were sub-divided into two different categories, i.e. children who work on the streets and children who live on the streets, more then 5000 children in street of Hyderabad and in worst situation. These children are mostly invoved in begging, rag-picking, drug peddling and only a handful of them are working as cobblers, paper boys, waiters and flower sellers. “They beg, steal and sometimes even work as prostitutes.”
FRDP Pakistan been engaged to collect the information and requested the donors but still unable to get funds to start the schools in the area, through the global giving we are requesting for the donations to start atleast some schools to engage these children in schools and give them proper education.
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Location: Hyderabad, Sindh - Pakistan
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Hyderabad, Sindh Pakistan
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