Street children in Juba burst into tears as they narrate the reason forcing them to go to streets.

Local, News » November 22, 2016 » By Talk of Juba
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Jackson James, a seventeen-year-old boy, says he was always beaten at home by his relative.
He says his father took his sick mother to Khartoum for treatment.
Baraka Saki, a 15-year-old boy who was among the displaced people from Yei, says he decided to join the street life due to no home to live in Juba.
Explaining to CRN while crying, he says he came with only one cloth on his body, as armed forces burnt all their houses.
Saki says UN brought him and other people to Juba and left them at Simba playground.
He says life in the street is hard and other men badly beaten him at night where he is sleeping.
Rachel Alek Aguer, Chief Executive Officer for Real Women Magazine, celebrates her birth day at Home and Away on Monday with the street children.
She says she collected them from all corners of Juba town.
Alek says it is a kind of love and care to celebrate her birth day with the street children.
The officer urges people to support the street children in any form to change their lifestyle.
She pledges to open children’s home in the future.

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