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Die Don Bosco Hilfsorganisation Anbu Illam wurde 1985 gegründet und befindet sich in einem dichtbesiedelten Wohnviertel Chennais. Das Stadtbild wird durch viele Slums geprägt. Die Slumbewohner können keine rechtlichen Ansprüche auf ihr Grundstück geltend machen. Auch Kinder, die nicht elternlos sind, gelangen schnell auf die Straße. Vor allem Mädchen sind der Gefahr von sexuellem Missbrauch und Prostitution schutzlos ausgeliefert.

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