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Check out our new website for more incredible documentaries: HD and ad-free. https://goo.gl/LwMcmY This film reveals the brutal reality of life on the streets and in the slums of Mumbai, following the daily struggles of four young children to survive. Want to watch more full-length Documentaries? Click here: http://bit.ly/1GOzpIu Follow us on Twitter for more - https://twitter.com/realstoriesdocs Instagram - @realstoriesdocs Street Kids Of Mumbai was produced by True Vision Productions. If you wish to find out more the people featured in this documentary then go to http://truevisiontv.com/foundation Content licensed by Digital Rights Group (DRG). Any queries, please contact us at: email@example.com
A documentary about four children who live in Delhi's unregistered slums. They tell us about their dreams and aspirations, and role models. Their parents speak about their family situation and hopes for their children's future. Teachers at NGO Pratham talks about the business and its challenges. Continuous portrayed the harsh life in Delhi's unregistered slums. The film is 27 minutes long.
Heart touching video...... poor child life in india - collecting waste for their living A real poverty life of poor india, Slums Poverty Poor Kids in India poor children Please if anybody interested in helping this guy. they can donate a very small amount trough paypal at following email id: firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.paypal.com/in/webapps/mpp/send-payments-online Make a difference in the life of a child
Born in France to English and Scottish missionary parents, Timothée Paton gave his life to Christ at the age of 4. At twelve years of age, he preached his first sermon. At 13, he set up an evangelistic outreach using gospel posters and advertisements in newspapers, reaching thousands in Europe and Africa. After Bible school in the UK and serving as a pastor in France, Timothée was stirred by the needs of children living on the streets in Cambodia. In 1999, he gave away everything he had and flew out to Phnom Penh where he has been serving God and the poor ever since. Timothée launched 2 projects: “The Bridge of Hope” and “The Bong Paoun Project”, ministering to street-working children from the slums of Cambodia.
Change is possible when one becomes the change that one aspires to be, the campaign has a vision to ensure safe and healthy environment for young children living in urban poverty. In order to create a better physical environment for all young children, the urban development policies needs to have child-friendly components. Behind every statistics is the life of a child which is unique which we pledge to protect and create a better world for their development. Therefore, our mission is to 'create the demand' to make urban development policies enumerated under JnNURM and RAY effective for young children in terms of their physical living environment in slums.
Watch Salman Khan playing with poor slum children during the opening of Being Human's free Toilets for slums initiative. For More Updates: Subscribe to: https://www.youtube.com/user/movietalkies Like us on: https://www.facebook.com/MovieTalkies Follow us on: https://twitter.com/MovieTalkies Follow us on: https://www.instagram.com/movietalkies/
"PMR" is an NGO in Delhi/India who supports homeless people as well as people living in Slums. Dr.Dr. Parasher leads you through the project and the slums. For more information about our movies, visit us at: www.durga-productions.com If you like this film, please share it. Thank you.
Slum Children are those who live in slum and move along the roads . they move on streets, eat the leftover from the roadside dustbins and sleep on footpaths and they begs from other person. They are also be called street children. Some of them earn their livelihood by working as a coolie. Some live by serving as a helpmate in a house, some by doing some odd business. Among them, some also earn livelihood by sealing from the shops here and there. When they gradually grow up, they get themselves involved into illegal activities. The street children have no parents to maintain their expenditure. They have been left their parents either because the have illegal birth or because their father or mother has got married twice or thrice. Finding no other alternative, they take shelter on the stre...
A population surge left the township of Diepsloot struggling to manage sanitation and waste disposal. Now the local kids are playing an active role in making it a healthier place to live. See more environment videos: http://www.dw.com/en/top-stories/environment/s-11798
A vast underground network of traffickers has made a living convincing poor mothers in Bulgaria to sell their infants to rich Greek couples. From the courts, to the slums, to the NGOs fighting to put an end to the practice, VICE Greece took a deep dive into how the trafficking ring functions—and the toll it takes on both the mothers and their children. WATCH NEXT: The Rampant Refugee Crisis in Greece: A Broken System - http://bit.ly/2s9NRvi Click here to subscribe to VICE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our Tumblr: http:...
Why don’t boys do housework in Mumbai? Why do girls have to fight for an education? This is the first in an ongoing series about programs that challenge teenagers to reimagine male and female roles around the world. The World Economic Forum 2014 Global Gender Gap Index ranked India as 114 out of 142 countries - based on how women fared against men when it came to economic participation and opportunities, educational attainment and health and survival. We visited a project in Mumbai called GEMS – Gender Equity Movement in Schools, a program of the International Centre for Research on Women - to hear what boys and girls had to say about gender in their own lives, and then followed them home to get their parents' views. Read the full story: http://www.trust.org/item/20150323000053-yi54l/ ...
SUBSCRIBE to the Barcroft network: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj A NEWSPAPER is giving a voice to children from India’s slums - by employing them as reporters. Translated as ‘Voice of Children’, Balaknama is run and edited by street children, many of whom are former drug addicts despite their tender age. The newspaper focuses on children living and working on the streets, who report on the conditions experienced by them and their acquaintances in day-to-day life - and has carried exposes of child labour and police malpractice. The newspaper is closely associated with local centres that provide rehabilitation, education and essentials to children with no one else to turn to, run by NGOs such as the Federation for Street and Working Children and Childhood Enhancement through Training and Action. ...
We worked with teens in Calcutta - most of them sponsored by Children International - to help them make a movies about their lives. They took the pictures, video, recorded voiceover, sang the background music and put it all together! Thanks to CI-SAHAY for making this possible by allowing us to volunteer in their sponsorship centers.
Master Mohammad Ayub runs a makeshift school in a public park in Islamabad. Thousands of poor children have benefited from his services over the years, but, as VOA's Ayesha Tanzeem reports, roughly 25 million school-age youths don't get an education in Pakistan. Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/media/video/pakistani-school-helps-slum-kids/3308349.html
Chandni is one of those extraordinary souls who has taken a burden to change the life of millions of kids around her. Right now she is leading a Non Government Organization in which all the members are kids from slums who have done something extraordinary in their life. She has been awarded the Karmaveer Puraskaar, National People's Award for Citizen Social Justice. Chandni is one of those extraordinary souls who has taken a burden to change the life of millions of kids around her. Right now she is leading a Non Government Organisation in which all the members are kids from slums who have done something extraordinary in their life. She has been awarded the Karmaveer Puraskaar, National People's Award for Citizen Social Justice. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference f...
My First Chocolate - Slum kids eating chocolate for the first time. We've often heard sharing is caring , help the needy, etc. This time, why not actually do something and show the world how beautiful it is just to get a smile on a little child's face. Background music - http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/track/little-idea
These cops do not just man the city’s streets, but double as teachers. Cops in Madhya Pradesh, India, have taken up the responsibility of teaching slum kids in a bid to steer them away from a life of crime. The first-of-its-kind school opened on the premises of a local police station. The initiative - created by the city police force - teaches children from age 4 to 12.
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More films on Asia Issues: https://rtd.rt.com/tags/asia/ Scott Neeson went from being a poor young immigrant in Australia working as a projectionist in a drive-in movie theater to a top Hollywood marketing executive, with a house in Brentwood, a Porsche, and even an actress girlfriend. Between leaving his job as president of 20th Century Fox International and taking an even better job with Sony in 2003, he decided to take five weeks off to travel and ended up visiting Cambodia’s Steung Meanchey garbage dump, which he describes as the “single most impactful moment” of his life. What he saw there left him dumbstruck and aghast: over 1,500 children, many gravely ill, combing 11 hectares of a fetid dump in temperatures of up to 55°C degrees just to survive. On encountering a mother and her t...
A voice for more than 10,000 street children! Chandni is empowering street children through journalism. Balaknama is a newspaper whose chief reporters are slum kids. 18 years old Chandni, a former rag picker and now veteran journalist for Balaknama lives with her mother in Noida. She is an icon among 10,000 street children for her passion to raise voice against plight of street children. Her courage to empower herself and continue her study through open school, till 10th grade, shows her desperation to be a mainstream journalist and change the world in favor of her peers. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx