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87 APPENDICES Appendix 1: Lette r of Introduction
87
APPENDICES
Appendix 1: Lette r of Introduction
88
Appendix 2: Lette r of Acceptance
GOODSAMAfiTANMISSION
Sabasaba Complex Matarawe
PO Box 187
Songea, Tanzania
+255 (0) 25 260 2646
[email protected]
10/10/2005
GSM/FWS/008/'05
MKURUGENZI,
HALMASHAURIYAMANISPAA,
S.LP.14,
SONGEA.
YAH: BWANA EJ. NYONI MSHAURIWA MAENDELEO YA JAMII
3INSIA NA WATOTO MKOA WA RUVUMA,
Tafadhali rejeabarua yako ya tarehe 6/10/2005 yenyeKumb. Na. TD/E. 10/114/126na
kichwa cha habari chahapo juu yahusika.
Napenda kukutaarif ukuwa Shirik a languimempokeamwanafunzimtajwahapo juuwa
ChuoKikuuHuriaDarEs Salaamna litashirikiananaye iii kufanikishamafunzo yake ya
Shahada yaCommunityEconomyDevelopment(CED)kwamwaka 2005/2007.
Ahsante,
MKURUGENZI GSM
Nakala:1. Katib u Tawala,
S.LP. 74,
SONGEA.
2.Bwana EJ. Nyoni,
S.LP. 74,
SONGEA.
89
Appendix 3: Need s Assessment
Community Needs Assessment Results On the Problem of Street Children in Songea Municipal
Current
Solution
Causes
S/No. Situation
- Assis t th e Communit y i n viabl e economi c
Presence o
f Poverty
1.
investment throug h provisio n o f capita l an d
Street Children in
specialized skills training
Songea
Municipal
Council
Council
Available Community Strengths
- Got adequate land for economical investment outside
urban areas
- Domestic market is available for various products
- Songe a Municipa l Counci l i s saf e fo r economi c
investment.
- Good transportation and communication services.
- Goo d information flo w through TV , New s papers,
radio.
- Presenc e o f institutions/NGO s tha t ca n assis t i n
awareness creation.
- High literacy level.
- Decreasin g incidence s o f divorc e throug h - Goo d information flo w through TV , New s papers,
Divorce
creation o f awarenes s relate d t o HIV/AID S radio.
- Presenc e o f institutions/NGO s tha t ca n assis t i n
threats.
awareness creation.
- High literacy, level.
Rural
Urban - Improv e rura l lif e (Infrastructures , economi c Migration
activities, communication, social services, etc).
Poor
family - Improvin g famil y plannin g throug h creatio n - Availability of good MCH services in urban areas.
planning
awareness.
- High literacy level.
HIV/AIDS
- Decreasin g HIV/AID S Transmissio n throug h
creation of awareness among the community.
- Eliminatio n of unfavourable beliefs , customs
and habits through awareness creation.
90
Appendix 4: Organizationa l Chart
GOOD SAMARITAN MISSION
ORGANOGRAM O F GOOD SAMARITA N MISSION
Membership
Executive
Committee
Director
Coordinator
Pre-School
teacher
Youth & Community
Worker
Pre-School
teacher
Youth & Community
Worker
Outreach
Worker
CED Student
Cashier
Cooker/
Cleaner
Guard
91
Appendix 5: Projec t Implementation Gant t chart
No
Remarks
Responsible
Title
Year
Activity descriptio n
/Time (Month)
1
Initial contacts
,
agreements an
d
Researcher CE
D
Implemented
students Mr. E . Nyoni ; accordingly
GSM Directo r Rev. M .
selection of wards.
Mlata
2
Preparation
Researcher CE
Of proposa
lt o
Implemented
students Mr. E . Nyoni ; accordingly
GSM Directo r Rev. M .
Donor
3
D
(RFA/TACAIDS)
Mlata
Submit proposa l to
GSM Directo r Rev. M . The proposa l o f Tsh.
Donor
Mlata
3,600,000.00 wa
s
submitted to donor
4
Writing
Researcher CE
questionnaire,
students Mr. E. Nyoni;
D
accordingly
Researcher CE
Pre-test wa s don e in
Implemented
budget an d wor k
plan preparation and
approval
5
Pre-testing o
f
survey instrument s
pilot testin
D
students Mr. E. Nyoni;
Ruvuma ward.
Researcher CE
Data wa s collecte d
go f
questionnaire
6
Data collection
D
students Mr. E . Nyoni ; from thre e ward
s
and tw o GS M staff
,
namely; Lizaboni
92
Responsible
Title
No
Remarks
Year
Activity descriptio n
/ Time (Month)
namely Elish
7
Training o f Grou p
a an d
Bombambili.
CED students
Implemented
Data processing
analysis an
9
10
11
,
d
Researcher CE
D
Data analysed by using
students Mr . E . Nyoni ; SPSS programme
discussion of results
and supervisor
Report writin g and
Researcher CE
submission o f firs t
students Mr. E . Nyoni ; submitted to supervisor
D
First draf
t repor
t
draft
and supervisor
Final repor t t o b e
Researcher CE
sent t o superviso r
students Mr . E . Nyoni ; comment incorporated,
for final comments
and supervisor
Submission an
Researcher CE
d
presentation
12
d
accordingly
formation
8
Mfaranyaki an
Agrey Kapinga
Provision of Capital
D
Report submitted
,
ready for presentation
D
Presented o
n0
8
ob
e
students Mr. E . Nyoni ; January 2007
.
CED coordinato r an d
Comment t
post graduate officer
incorporated.
GSM .
Provision o f Capita l
Grand wil l b e don e
Grand
after Graduation
13
Monthly / Quarterly
Researcher CE
progressive report
students Mr . E . Nyoni ; II submitte
and supervisor
D
Progressive reports I &
marked.
d an
d
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Appendix 6: Staf f Job Descriptions
GOOD SAMARITAN MISSION
MAIN DUTIES
Head of the Organization.
Main supervisor and spokesman.
To make sure all programmes are being done as planned.
To write proposal and raising fund.
Organization general Secretary
Making follow up to all activities.
Linkman between Director and other staff.
Monitoring and report writing.
To keep Accounts system and Office assets in order.
S/No
1.
JOB TITLE
Executive Director
REPORT TO
Executive Committee
RESPONSIBLE FOR
Main contact person
2.
Coordinator
Executive Director
Program coordinator
3.
Asst. Accountant
Executive Director
Financial Controller
4.
Social Worker
Program Coordinator
Children Registrar.
Orphans home visit.
Children Needs assessment
Peer Educator
5.
Head Teacher
Program Coordinator
Children care giver, peer Educator
6.
Teacher
Head Teacher
Children care
7.
Teacher
Head Teacher
Children care
8.
Head of Training Workshop
Program coordinator
9.
10.
Teacher
Cook and cleaner
Heard of Training workshop
Program coordinator
Vocational Skill
s Trainer
behaviour change agency.
Vocational skills Trainer
Children care giver
11.
12.
13.
14.
Youth Counsellor
Youth Counsellor
Security Guard
Community Economi
Development Researche
(CED)
Program coordinator
Program coordinator
Program coordinator
Executive Director
Looking after children.
Teaching maths, hand writing, reading, and songs.
Teaching maths, hand writing, reading, and songs.
Looking after children.
Teaching math's, hand writing, reading, and songs
Looking after children.
Teaching carpentry.
HIV/AIDS Peer educator
Teaching Tailoring
Preparing children nutrition.
Keep the centre environment clean.
HIV/AIDs IEC materials provider
HIV/AIDs IEC materials provider
1. To keep the organization environment safe.
To coordinate Community Economic Development Research.
To participate in Street children training.
Supervision of Street children groups (Monitoring and Evaluation).
Report writing Quarterly.
Any other duties assigned by the Executive Director.
c
r
Peer Educator
Peer Educator
Indirectly
-Teachers
-Program coordinator
,
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Appendix 7: Budge t
Street Children Identification and Capacitating
NO.
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
BUDGET LINE ITEMS
PERSONEL
SALARIES AND WAGES
Trainer
Coordinator
SUB TOTA L
FRINGE BENEFIT S
15% of salaries
SUB TOTA L
CONSULTANTS
C D . specialist
Research
SUB TOTA L
TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATIO N
Per Diem
Ground Transport
SUB TOTA L
OTHER DIRECT COST
Office Rent
Office supplie s
Telephone/ Fax
Printing /Reproduction
Utilities
Outside service
SUB TOTA L
UNIT COST
NO OF NITS
AMOUNT
1,800,000.00
2,400,000.00
4,200,000.00
3
1
5,400,000.00
2,400,000.00
7,800,000.00
630,000.00
630,000.00
1,170,000.00
1,170,000.00
500,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,500,000.00
1
1
1
500,000.00
5,000,000
5,500,000.00
100,000.00
60,000.00
160,000.00
3
3
300,000.00
180,000.00
480,000.00
1,200,000.00
300,000.00
800,000.00
500,000.00
800,000.00
100,000.00
3,700,000.00
1
1
1
1
1
1
1,200,000.00
300,000.00
800,000.00
500,000.00
800,000.00
100,000.00
3,700,000.00
95
NO.
VI.
VII.
IX.
XI.
BUDGET LINE ITEMS
EQUIPMENT
Fax Machin e
Photo copy
SUB TOTA L
TRAINING
Tuition
Capital Gran d
SUB TOTA L
INDIRECT COST S
Attending NGO s Meeting
SUB TOTA L
FIXED COST
Annual NGOs Registration
SUB TOTA L
TOTAL COST
UNIT COST
NO OF NITS
AMOUNT
1,000,000.00
600,000.00
1600,000.00
1
1
1,000,000.00
600,000.00
1,600,000.00
40,000.00
200,000.00
240,000.00
60
60
120
2,400,000.00
12,000,000.00
14,400,000.00
100,000.00
100,000.00
60
60
6,000,000.00
6,000,000.00
50,000.00
50,000.00
50,000.00
50,000.00
40,400,000.00
96
Appendix 8: Cos t Analysis of Activities (Budget)
No
Required input
Activity
1
Initial contacts, agreements and
selection of wards.
Fuel
5
Measuremen
t
Litres
2
Preparation
Of proposal to Donor
(RFA/TACAIDS)
Lunch
Typing paper
2
1
Plates
Rim
2,000
7,000
4,000
7,000
4,000
7,000
0
0
4,000
7,000
3
Submit proposal to Donor
Fuel
2
Litres
1,500
3,000
3,000
0
0
3,000
4
Writing questionnaire , budget
and work plan preparation and
approval
Typing paper
Ball point pen
Notebook
Staple pins
Flash disk
Typing
3
4
4
1
1
200
Rims
Piece
Piece
Box
Piece
Pages
7,000
300
1,000
1,000
60,000
1,000
21,000
1,200
4,000
1,000
60,000
200,000
80,000
207,200
0
287,200
5
Pre-testing o
f surve
y
instruments pilo t testin g o f
questionnaire
Fuel
Allowance
10
4
Litres
2 Days
1,500
10,000
15,000
80,000
15,000
40,000
40,000
95,000
6
Data collection
Fuel
Allowance
Training of Group formation
Fuel
Allowance
Data processing , analysi s an d Typing
discussion of results
Photocopy
Soft binding
30
6
10
1
200
200
6
Litres
4 Days
Litres
1 Day s
Pages
Pages
Booklet
1,500
10,000
1,500
10,000
1,000
100
7,000
45,000
240,000
15,000
10,000
200,000
20,000
42,000
205,000
45,000
35,000
285,000
62,000
200,000
0
262,000
8
Final report
Typing
Photocopy
Soft binding
200
200
6
Pages
Pages
Hard binding
1,000
100
10,000
200,000
20,000
60,000
80,000
200,000
0
280,000
9
Provision of Capital Grand
Sewing Machine
Carpentry Toolbox
10
6
Set
Set
150,000
150,000
1,500,000
900,000
2,400,000
3,655,700
2,881,000
7
Total
Description
Unit
Source of Fund
Unit cost
Total
GSM
RAS
Community
Total
1,500
7,500
0
7,500
0
7,000
25,000
25,000
2,400,000
699,700
75,000
3,655,700
97
Appendix 9: Forma l visit to Selected wards
Date
22/6/2006 t
o
Ward
Activity
Responsible
Remarks
Ruvuma
-Pre -testing of research tools
-CED researcher
-Pre -testing was conducte d to Ruvuma ward by interviewing 4 leaders, 1 0
-VEO
street children, 3 vulnerable children, 4 street children attending vocational
26/6/2006
training i n KIWOHED E vocationa l centr e an d make s discussio n wit h
municipal social welfare officer.
19/07/2006
-Data collection
Lizaboni
-CED researcher
-Interview was conducted to 4 ward leaders, 1 0 street children, 3 vulnerable
-2 GSM staff
children and 4 community members.
-VEO
20/07/2006
-Data collection
Bombambili
-CED researcher
-Interview was conducted to 4 ward leaders, 1 0 street children, 3 vulnerable
-2 GSM staff
children and 4 community members.
-VEO
21/07/2006
-Data collection
Mfaranyaki
-CED researcher
-Interview was conducted to 4 ward leaders, 1 0 street children, 3 vulnerable
-2 GSM staff
children and 4 community members.
-VEO
24/07/2006
25/07/2006
Good Samarita n Missio n -Data collection
-CED researcher
-Interview GSM leader
(GSM)
-2 GSM staff
-Secondary data was collected
-CED researcher
-Interview Municipal Community Development Officer.
-2 GSM staff
-Secondary data was collected.
Songea Municipa
Council
l
-Data collection
98
Appendix 10: Questionnaire for Children's (Street, Vulnerable and In Vocation
Training)
TITLE: STREE
T CHILDRE N IDETIFICATIO N AND CAPACITATION : A
CASE STUDY IN SONGEA MUNICIPA COUNCIL, TANZANIA.
The purpos e o f this questionnair e i s to identif y stree t children , cause s an d factors
contributing to street children, we are asking cooperation i n the exercis e b y agreeing to
be interviewed , w e assur e yo u that th e informatio n yo u give u s wil l b e treated
confidentially.
General information
Where are you coming from?
Hamlet/street War
.Division
d
...Region
District
Respondent No Dat
e of interview
Respondent's status
a) Stree t children in vocational centre
1
b) Stree t children
2
c) Vulnerable children in community
3
d) Others specify.
4
Social demographic information
What is your age in years?
a) 8
b) 13-1
-12
(
)
1
7
(
)
2
99
Sex
Male
Female
Marital status of the family you are coming from?
Married
Single
Divorce
Widowed
Separated
What is your level of education?
No formal education
Primary education
Secondary education
Others specify
What is the size of your household?
1-3 peopl e
4 - 6 peopl e
7 - 9 peopl e
10-12 people
More than 13 people
Head of the house hold
Father
Mother
Grand mother
Aunt
Uncle
Sister
Brother
100
Other specify (
)
8
Yes (
)
'1
.
No (
)
2
.
Uncle (
)
1
.
Cousin (
)
2
.
Grandmother (
)
3
.
Stepfather (
)
4
.
Stepmother (
)
5
.
Others specify (
)
6
.
Brother (
)
7
Sister (
)
8
Potential relatives and readiness to go back home.
7. Have you any relative at home?
8. I f yes mention three one close relatives?
If yes, why are you in street?
If No who cared for you before coming in street
Is there any arrangement o f taking care of people like you where you are coming from?
Yes (
)
1
.
No (
)
2
.
If yes what is the arrangement
If no what is your suggestion?
Are you ready to go back home?
Yes
()
1
No
()
2
101
In either case explain
Cause of being a street children
16. What are the reasons for you to be in street?
a) Divorce
b) Poverty
c) Orphanage
d) Large family
e) Others specify
17. How do you rate, the reasons to be in the street?
a). Divorce l.Hig
h
2. Medium
3. Low
4. Nil
5. If high why?
b). Poverty l.Hig
h
2. Medium
3. Low
4. Nil
5. If high why?
c). Orphan l.Hig
h
2. Medium
102
3. Low
()
3
.
4. Nil
()
4
5. If high why?
()
5
a) . Home (
)
1
-
b) . In street (
)
2
.
e). Ghetto (
)
3
.
d) . Unused house (
)
4
e) . Others specify (
)
5
.
Yes (
)
1
.
No (
)
2
.
d). Any other cause
Where in town do you live?
Street children controls in streets
19. Do you have your leader in the street life?
20. If yes who is he/she?
21. Who is she/he to you?
22. If No, who takes care of you in case of trouble?
Main activities in town
23. Which activities you do during the day while you are in streets.
a) . Pet business (
)
1
.
b) . Pick pockets (
)
2
.
c) . Begging (
)
3
.
d) . Car washes (
)
4
.
103
e). Others specify
Which activities you do during the night s?
a) . Pet business
1.
b) . Pick pockets
2.
c) . Begging
3.
d) . Car washes
4.
e) . Others specify
5.
Preference for vocational training and investment
25. Do you like to join in vocational training?
Yes (
)
1
.
No (
)
2
.
Carpentry (
)
1
.
Needlework (
)
2
.
Sewing (
)
3
.
Masonry (
)
4
.
Mechanics (
)
5
.
Computer (
)
6
.
Others specify (
)
7
.
Remaining in the streets (
)
1
.
Go home (
)
2
.
Others specify (
)
3
.
26. If yes which training do you like?
27. If no which activities do you like.
28. Any comments if any to improve the situation of street children
104
Potential relatives and readiness to go to town.
29. Who is taking care of you?
Uncle
1.
Cousin
2.
Grand mother
3.
Step father
4.
Step mother
5.
Others specify
6.
30. For how lon g have been with her/ him?
31. Are you getting any problem here?
Yes
1.
No
2.
32. If yes, whic h problems?
33. Will you bear with these problems?
Yes
1.
No
2.
36. I f no, what will you do?
36. Any comments if any to improve the situation of vulnerable children
CHILDREN IN VOCATIONAL TRAINING
105
37. Have you any relative at home?
Yes (
)
1
No (
)
2
.
Yes (
)
1
.
No (
)
2
.
38. If yes, do you want to go home after completing training?
39. If No, where are you going after your completion?
40. Wha t problems are you facing while you are in vocational training?
41. Are you ready to establish economic group after completion of your training?
Yes (
)
1
.
No (
)
2
.
42. Which discipline?
43. How would you like to be facilitated?
Comments
44. Comment s i f an y t o improv e th e situatio n afte r completin g vocationa l trainin g
Thank you very much for your contribution concerning my research.
END
106
Appendix 11: Questionnaire for Leaders (NGOS/Community/Municipal )
TITLE: STREE
T CHILDRE N IDETIFICATIO N AN D CAPACITATION :
A CASE STUDY IN SONGEA MUNICIPA COUNCIL, TANZANIA.
The purpos e o f thi s questionnair e i s t o identif y stree t children , cause s an d factor s
contributing to street children, we are asking cooperation i n the exercis e by agreeing t o
be interviewed , w e assur e yo u tha t th e informatio n yo u giv e u s wil l b e treate d
confidentially.
General information
What is your organization?
Ward Divisio
n Distric
t
Region
Date of interview
Respondent No.
title.
Respondent's
Social demographic information
What is your age in years?
a) 20-3
0
(
1
b) 31-4
1
(
2
c) . 42-5
2
(
3
(
4
(
5
d) 5
3 -63
e) Above 61
Sex
Male
Female
Marital status
Married
Single
Divorce
Widowed
Separated
What is your level of education?
No formal education
Primary education
Secondary education
Others specify
What is the size of your household?
1-3 people
4 - 7 peopl e
8-11 people
12-15 people
More than 16 people
Head of the house hold
Father
108
Mother
2
Grand mother
3
Aunt
4
Uncle
5
Sister
6
Brother
7
Other specify
8
Street children data
13. Do you have vulnerable children?
Yes
1.
No
2.
14. If yes, how many vulnerable children
15. Do you know street children from your area who are in town?
Yes (
)
1
.
No (
)
2
.
16. If yes, how many street children in your area?
17. If No why?
Government/ NGOs/ CBO effort to overcome the problem of street children.
18. Is there any effor t don e by you r organization / offic e t o overcom e th e proble m of
street children?
Yes (
)
1
.
No (
)
2
.
19. If yes, which effort s
20. If No why
21. Is there any traditional system in place to care vulnerable children?
109
Yes (
)
1
.
No (
)
2
.
22. I f yes , whic h traditiona l syste m i s use d t o car e fo r vulnerabl e children ?
23. I
f No , wh y no
t usin
g traditiona
l syste
mo
f carin g children ?
Causes of street children
24. What are the reasons for existence o f street children?
a) Divorce (
)
1
b) Poverty (
)
2
c) Orphanage (
)
3
d) Large family (
)
4
e) Others specify (
)
5
25. How do you rate the cause of vulnerable / street children's?
a) . Divorce l.Hig
h(
)
1
.
2. Medium (
)
2
.
3. Low (
)
3
.
4. Nil (
)
4
.
)
1
.
2. Medium (
)
2
.
3. Low (
)
3
.
4. Nil (
)
4
.
b) . If high why?
c) . Poverty l.Hig
d) . If high why?
h(
110
e) . Orphan l.Hig
h(
)
1
.
2. Medium (
)
2
.
3. Low (
)
3
.
4. Nil (
)
4
.
f) . If high why?
26. Any other cause
27. From your opinion which actions should taken to overcome the problem of street
children.
28. Any comment to improve the situation of street children?
NGO statistic data
29. How many vulnerable children in your centre
3 0. How many street children in the centre? ......................
31. What is your capacity in assisting vulnerable / street children's?
NGOs effort to overcome the problem of street children.
32. How do you allocate street children to various disciplines of study?
33. Any comment to improve the situation of street children?
34. How many vulnerable children in your organization.
3 5. How many street children in the organization? ..................... .
36. How many widows in the organization?
37. I s there an y effort don e by Municipal leade r to overcom e th e problem o f street
children?
Ill
Yes (
)
1
.
No (
)
2
.
38. If yes which effort
39. If No why
40. Is there any traditional system to care vulnerable children in the Municipal?
Yes (
)
1
No (
)
2
.
41. If yes which traditional system used to care vulnerable children ?
42. If No why not using traditional system of caring children?
43. Hav e yo u eve r dare d t o as k fo r som e fund fo r facilitatin g th e eliminatio n of the
problem of street children?
Yes (
)
1
.
No (
)
2
.
44. If yes, what was the budget and in which year?
45. If no, why?.....
46. Whic h actio n shoul d tak e t o overcom e th e proble m o f stree t childre n i n th e
Municipal?
Comments
54. Any comment to improve the situation of street children?
Thank you for you cooperation.
END
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Appendix 12: Questionnaire for Community Members in Urban At Household
Level)
TITLE: STREE
T CHILDRE N IDETIFICATIO N AND CAPACITATION:
A CASE STUDY IN SONGEA MUNICIPA COUNCIL, TANZANIA.
The purpos e o f this questionnair e is t o identif y stree t children , cause s an d factors
contributing to street children, we are asking cooperation in the exercise by agreeing to
be interviewed , w e assur e yo u tha t th e informatio n yo u giv e u s wil l b e treate d
confidentially.
General information
Street/ Hamlet/ village
Ward Divisio
n Distric
Respondent No Dat
t Regio
n
e of interview
Respondent's title
Social demographic informatio n
What is your age in years?
a) 20-3
0(
)
1
b) 31-4
1(
)
2
c) . 42-5
2(
)
3
)
4
e) Above 61 (
)
5
Male' (
)
1
Female (
)
2
d) 5
3 - 63 (
Sex
Marital status?
Married
Single
Divorce
Widowed
Separated
What is your level of education?
No formal education
Primary education
Secondary education
Others specify
What is the size of your household?
1-3 people
4 - 6 peopl e
7 - 9 peopl e
10-12 people
More than 13 people
Head of the house hold
Father
Mother
Grandmother
Aunt
Uncle
Sister
Brother
Other specify ..
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Street children data
19. Do you have vulnerable children?
Yes (
)
1
.
No (
)
2
.
20. If yes, how many vulnerable children
21. Do you know street children fromyour area who are in town?
Yes (
)
1
.
No (
)
2
.
22. If yes, how many street children in your area?
23. If No why?...
Community efforts to overcome the problem of street children at ward level.
24. Is there any effort don e to overcome the problem of street children?
Yes (
)
1
.
No (
)
2
.
25. If yes, which effor t
26.IfNowhy
27. Is there any traditional system in place to care vulnerable children?
Yes (
)
1
.
No (
)
2
.
28. If yes, which traditional system is used to care for vulnerable children?
29. If No, why not using traditional system of caring children?
Causes of street children
30. What is the reason for you to be in street?
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a) Divorce (
)
1
b) Poverty (
)
2
c) Orphanage (
)
3
d) Large family (
)
4
e) Others specify (
)5
31. How do you rate the cause of vulnerable / street children's?
a) . Divorce 1
. High (
)
1
.
2. Medium (
)
2
.
3. Low (
)
3
.
4. Nil (
)
4
.
)
1
.
2. Medium (
)
2
.
3. Low (
)
3
.
4. Nil (
)
4
.
)
1
.
2. Medium (
)
2
.
3. Low (
)
3
.
4. Nil (
)
4
.
b) . I f high why?
c) . Poverty l.Hig
h(
d) . If high why?
e) . Orphan l.Hig
f) . If high why?
31. Any other cause
h(
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32. From your opinion which actions shoul d taken t o overcome th e problem of street
children?
33. Is there existing NGOs in your area dealing with street children ?
Yes (
)
1
No. (
)
2
34. Any comment to improve the situation of street children?
35. Which action should take to overcome the problem of street children?
Comments
36. Any comment to improve the situation of street children?
Thank you for you cooperation.
END
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