In the 1990s, street children living and working in cities across the world have become more visible, giving rise to international concern. In response, many different projects have been set up to try and meet their needs. This book is a guide for those who want to start, or improve a project working with homeless and working children. Rather than citing rules and regulations, this manual offers ways of approaching work with street children that should be effective in any context. It is a tool to think with, providing ideas and examples of methods that have worked elsewhere.