Project #6319

Street Child Grants Scheme

by Consortium for Street Children
Mar 18, 2011

Update on street child grants scheme March 2011

A final tranch of funding was allocated to three street child projects in the Ukraine to help fund staff working with the children and young people. The funding enabled one project to hand out 42 meals a night to street children and start contact with 491 new children of which 30 were under ten years old. It supported another to work with orphanages to build stronger relationships and higher levels of care with the children to prevent them running away onto the streets. It supported a third project to run a summer camp programme for street children. The additional staff also enabled the projects to become more sustainable by exploring potential new donors and supporters.


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Organization Information

Consortium for Street Children

Location: London, England - United Kingdom
Website: http:/​/​
Consortium for Street Children
Project Leader:
Simon Le Gouais
London, England United Kingdom

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