Plight and Plunder: Life of Africa’s Street Children

"I'd rather be in the streets and risk being sexually abused than be married to an old man," she said. "If I have to, I prefer being a sex worker to being a young wife."

Plight and Plunder: Life of Africa’s Street Children
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