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WORST CITY - La Paz, Bolivia

La Paz, Bolivia

Population: 800,000

Worst Feature: Street children using solvents as a form of escape from their awful lives.

Best Feature: Organisations such as Toybox seeking to help.


Look up La Paz on the web and you will find lots of sites where the name is linked to ‘street children’ – and no wonder for there are estimated to be 10,000 of them, some as young as 3 years old similar patterns exist in other Bolivian cities. 20% left home because there just wasn’t enough to eat there. Many other are just abandoned by parents who cannot cope. The majority though, according to UNICEF, leave because of the violence they meet at home.

 

 

 

 Witches Market La Paz, Bolivia - great place to buy dried llama foetuses - yum yum

 
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Llama foetuses, La Paz
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* There are over 2,500 children living on the streets of major cities such as Cochabamba, La Paz and Santa Cruz.
* UNICEF estimates that 800,000 children work in Bolivia.
* 75% of street children are 12 years old, 25% aged three to 11.
* UNICEF also states 60% of street children left home due to physical violence.
* 20% left home because there wasn't enough to eat and 20% were abandoned by their parents.
* 80% of these children inhale "clefa" [glue] and some adolescents are alcoholics.
* More than 100 post-pubescent young women live in the streets of Cochabamba without any sex education or advice.
* More than 40 babies live on the streets of Cochabamba.
* Most street children are functionally illiterate because they left school. They can read and write with difficulty.
* 90% use solvents as a form of escapism.

 

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