Kharkiv, the second largest city of Ukraine, appears polished before it will host several football matches in the European Championship of football. But under the newly polished surface is the reality more dark. Thousands of street children lives in basements, sewers and abandoned houses, and to survive they have to steal and prostitute themselves. Only a few organizations in Ukraine are dealing with these children, and those who do, have very few resources.
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