At the end of the 90 railway stations and near the metro police officers and social services considered literally homeless on the head. UNICEF data say the number of homeless children in Moscow was approximately fifty thousand.
The guys who ran away from home or from orphanages, settled in Moscow. They took shelter in railway stations, basements, and attics. Despite the fact that they are punctually sent back, they found themselves in Moscow again. Workers stations still remember those children who were trying to earn some money on the platform, the passengers beg change or just steal something that is bad. Here for example on the platform of the Kursk station at street had a profitable business. Kids call it "shake hands." Was working to help climb a platform for those passengers who go way too lazy in the normal way.
And then the street children disappeared. Are the authorities and social services failed to overcome the greatest evil that can wait for a child — a street homelessness? And as fate for those who have yet to pick up from the streets and railway stations of Moscow?
Report Anton Frolov correspondent Pravdy.ru