Which means the deserted ones. ” here are an estimated 12 million abandonados in Brazil. Many of these children are homeless orphans. Others have families, but must work on the street to find money for food. Many survive by shining shoes, begging, washing cars, stealing, or carrying shopping” (Brazil Mission Society Web). There have been numerous attempts for helping the people in Brazil even literally giving money to them. How that works though is a bit different. First thing is that they give money to the people that live under the poverty line (in Brazil, $1.25 per person per day) would be given enough money to get them over that line. Each month, money is loaded onto a card and usually entrusted to mothers (U.S. Catholic Web). They are allowed to use the money however they want to use it as unlike how the U.S. net policy is.
Unfortunately due to the large amount of poverty the children cannot gain the education they need, access to food and even medical care. This’s a huge problem because if the children are not able to get some of the necessities of life such as food, medical