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Street children in South Sudan are waiting to be rescued!

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Imagine having to find your next meal – every meal – from a garbage can, and wondering how you’ll manage to sleep and still stay safe enough to survive until morning. Street kids in South Sudan face these and more every day. It’s time for us to make a significant and lasting difference in the lives of the street children of South Sudan.

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South Sudan

Half the population lives on less than $1 a day

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Half the children here never attend school

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Half a million orphans roam Peru's streets

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Haiti

Malnutrition ravages Haiti's children

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Guatemala

Kids Alive is helping to restore children who are victims of abuse

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Dominican Republic

Hundreds of thousands of children live in poverty

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Romania

300,000 orphans roam the streets

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20% of the children in Lebanon are refugees

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Zambia

More than 1.2 children have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS

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Sudan

1 in 10 children die before their 5th birthday

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Kenya

In Kenya, nearly 2 million children are orphans

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Taiwan

Children with disabilities face significant cultural barriers.

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Hong Kong

275,000 children live in poverty

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