Children Beggars in Sudan

The phenomenon of begging is spreading daily at frightening rates, and the methods of harassment are so disturbing that one of the children is holding your clothes and does not leave them to give it to his share, girls and young women and men; older people carry rattles in front of the gates of hospitals and pharmacies and strange that these faces are repeated thousands of times requires the authorities responsible for Strict controls to reduce this phenomenon.
This phenomenon is different from one society to another in terms of causes, methods and treatments, and is often the result of poverty, unemployment and poor living conditions in addition to natural disasters, wars and conflicts. In some countries or tribes they usually take custom, leading to the normalization of families in those communities.
They are a group of children who resort to, or are driven by, repugnant social habits or behaviors that they acquire within the family or through the school, or by any means available in their world, to beg. They are a class that can be evaluated if regular educational and corrective methods are adopted whenever the situation is at its beginning.
Robbery and violence may be the reactions that a beggar child may resort to when the people he resorts to are denied. For one reason or another, the child begs the robber not to recognize the nature of the robbery, its dire consequences for himself and his community, and his childish desire to obtain what He wants him with all his determination, which he may need to fill his hunger or his guts, and save his life, and this may lead to violence.
The Children’s Act of 2009 prohibits the use of children in any form of forced labor, sexual exploitation, pornography or illegal trade, exploitation or use in armed conflicts, and here the prohibition of beggars can be included as begging has been taken as a trade for some Children sometimes in order to make money.
There is no legislation or article in the national laws that dealt with the phenomenon of begging. But the subject of foreign beggars was dealt with separately, except in the Passport, Immigration and Nationality Act of 1994, which regulates the entry of foreigners into countries according to specific regulations and defines how to deal with infiltrators.
One of the ways to address the problem of begging for children is to invite people to work and to encourage them to search for livelihoods and to support themselves and their families and to encourage them to achieve the principle of social solidarity among people. Most countries in the world are working hard to prevent begging and to combat its practice or limit it in various ways, as a cause of backwardness and crime, a path of deviation that is contrary to civilized behavior.

Khabir Othman

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