amos street child

War and poverty forced Innocent to live on the streets of Bujumbura, Burundi aged 4. He faced capture and punishment from the authorities and aggression from older boys; he would struggle to find food and shelter.

Amos Street Child partners work with children, using local responses to engage with children, address their trauma, and give them the support they need to leave the streets.

Innocent never thought he would ever leave Burundi, let alone play football representing his country in the Street Child World Cup, or visit the UK to learn English and share his experiences with us at Amos Day 2015.

Innocent now works as part of New Generation’s Outreach team, engaging with other street-connected children currently surviving on the streets.

Amos Street Child Appeal

Developing highly focused, local responses that give children the opportunity and support they need to leave the street.

Reaching children on the streets, addressing their trauma, working with them and their families to reintegrate them into their homes, to realise their rights and recover their future.
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