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Glue sniffing among street children in the Kathmandu Valley

Glue sniffing among street children in the Kathmandu Valley

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Published by Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Centre in Kathmandu .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nepal,
  • Kathmandu Valley.
    • Subjects:
    • Street children -- Substance use -- Nepal -- Kathmandu Valley.,
    • Glue-sniffing -- Nepal -- Kathmandu Valley.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 55).

      Statementby Abinash Rai ... [et al.].
      ContributionsRai, Abinash., Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Centre.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV5824.C45 G58 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination60 p. :
      Number of Pages60
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3710024M
      ISBN 10999337508X
      LC Control Number2003307596
      OCLC/WorldCa53019734

      The entrance is accessed through a passageway lined with expensive shops selling thankas, Buddhas and other souvenirs. Odenheimer divides the group into smaller break-out groups, handing each photocopies of texts from the prophets Isaiah, Amos and Ezekiel. There were 2 bedsa large and a small one. It was here I felt an evil bile rise up in my stomach.

      He was a soldier, a Gurkah warrior, famous for their fierce fighting and uniquely shaped knives. Each small village seemed a little different, had it's own character, or had something going on. People walked by without a turn of their heads, nor care in the world towards the lost innocence before them. The silence was awkward. That may have been the longest night of my life.

      By the time I got back the father and son were home. He laughs as I relate that last year inthe shopkeepers were lamenting the fact that their business has suffered as a result of tourists returning to Nepal. Beautiful music draws me into a small shop. Everyone except Bimol refused to sing. One by one, the girls come into the office and clamber onto the big chair.


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She yelled and hit him pdf her bag. He put that bag into his mouth and started inhaling and exhaling. Glue sniffing? Yes, street children in the Valley are into strange form of drug addiction—they sniff dendrite (or is it .Feb 02,  · Media persons and those working for the download pdf rights said that many street children were more aware about politics than other children.

They said that more than 50 per cent street children participated in the people’s movement in one way or the other. In many protest programmes these children were the ones who were at the front, they said.Kathmandu Valley sits at an altitude of 1, meters. Ebook • There are an estimated 5, street children in Nepal.

Up to 95% of children living on the street may be addicted to sniffing.