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NGO head states that he was abused in a government run orphanage and now has proof to act against his alleged perpetrators.
This story from the BBC features Indonesia's left behind children.
This cross-sectional descriptive study found that poverty is the main reason children stay and work on the street.
This report presents the findings from a study that aimed to explore the application in practice of the ‘necessity principle’ from the Guidelines on Alternative Care for Children (UN, 2009) by using three quantitative and three qualitative indicators that provide information about whether children and families have received support to the fullest extent possible before a child ends up outside of parental care arrangements in formal or informal care, or living alone.
This mapping significantly advances the current knowledge of the state of institutionalization of Cambodian children.
Dreilinden produced this working paper to improve practice in the area of *LGBTI children in care. This paper has texts in a variety of formats from around the world and contains three sections that cover research and tools, interviews, and practice examples.
How some orphanages in Bali use children to get money from the government and donations from tourists.
An article from The Culture Trip about how orphanages in Cambodia manipulate families and deceive tourists.
An article from Stahili on how orphanages are used as marketing strategies to appeal to volunteers.