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WORST CITY - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Population: 5.8 million, plus 2 zillion visitors annually

Worst Feature: Beautiful beaches, gorgeous girls, handsome men, wonderful climate.

Best Feature: Some of the more obvious not so good things are fat girls wearing thongs on the beach. I wince with pain just looking at them

 
Brazil some of the best legislation in the world designed to protect children. The country has signed the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child and this is a rich city. So why does Rio have street children? And why are they frequently murdered?
This is a city proud of its image – hedonistic, luxurious, wonderful. Dirty imps stealing from shops just don’t fit the picture. In 1995 it is estimated that three such children a day were being killed by ‘private security agents’ paid to keep the streets free of trouble. How do they get away with it? Because these are the children of the poorest – those without influence, those who cannot pay bribes.
Look on a web site for Rio and you will see colour, carnival, music – but no one shows the truth.

 

 

 

 

 
 YUCH - fat girls at the beach - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
 
 Away from the beach Rio is not so glamorous
Street kids in Rio - smiling through their suffering.
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Brazil has a population of 180 millions (three times more than the UK) and an area of 3.3 million square miles (37 times more than the UK). It is the largest country in Latin America and ranks sixth in the world. It is one of the world’s great economic powers and yet poverty and destitution are widespread with 54 million people living below the poverty line, particularly in the huge slum areas in the major cities and industrial areas. Daily per capita income is about £5 - one tenth of the income in the UK. Although the child mortality rate has fallen, it remains disproportional to national production capacity and available technology. In addition, UNICEF estimated that in 2005 there were 3.7 million orphans.

SOS Children’s Villages began working in Brazil in 1967 when the first SOS Children’s Village opened at Porto Alegre in the south of the country. Since then, fourteen more SOS Children’s Villages have been built, the latest being at Igarussu in the north-east of Brazil which opened in 2007. Altogether SOS Children in Brazil cares directly for over 1,700 children in 180 family homes. In many villages SOS Children built and ran SOS Primary Schools for the local community. In 2003 these were handed over to the local education authorities.

As well as the fifteen SOS Children’s Villages, SOS Children has 26 SOS Social Centres attached to the villages which help the wider community. These provide day care, including nursery school education, for vulnerable children. In addition SOS Children helps vulnerable children and their families with family strengthening programmes

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