The stories of homeless people are as varied in number as those experiencing it; and the men’s crisis centre sees examples of this every day. Of the 20 men currently at the centre... Some grew up in orphanages, but did not manage to adapt to life outside the regime. Some have been victims of scammers. Some have lost work and secure accommodation, and turned to drugs and alcohol and are now addicted. There are those who have returned from prison and been rejected by family. An
Sima & Masha are newly-weds with a new baby; such an exciting time of their lives! In reality, this time will be shrouded in struggle.
Both are orphans and haven't seen what parenting looks like.
They live in poverty, rely on food hand-outs and their home is a single room.
We're often asked...'Why, after such a negative experiences do orphans still desire marriage and children, even when they can't support themselves?'
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