Young at Risk

Young persons living or working on streets, child labourers, young persons, orphaned, abandoned, homeless, vagrant, or run-away young persons, young persons in conflict with the law or in prison, migrant or displaced young persons without means of livelihood, those eking out livelihoods through occupations not suited to their age, through begging or petty crime, “school dropouts”, those who have been deprived of basic educational opportunities, young persons affected by wars, violent conflicts or socio-political upheavals, young substance abusers, those infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS, young persons involved in or associated with commercial sex work, trafficked young persons, victims of abuse, third gender young persons, differently abled young persons, and urban or rural young persons in extreme poverty are among those we refer to as “Young at Risk”.

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