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Do you think problem of ‘Homeless’ exists in poor countries only?

I am from India where a big number of people still face the problem of not having a home especially the ones migrated to metro cities in search of jobs and sleeping under bridges, railway stations and whatever places have a roof.

I have seen people sleeping in open air and run for the shelter when it rains. However, this problem is not limited to under developed countries but I have seen homeless people sleeping, sitting and singing on the streets of Canada, Australia.

I hear from my friends that problem of homelessness is worldwide. There is a big number of people sleeping on footpaths in all developed countries.

Have you seen any one sleeping on the road? I often see them in various countries. Here is one sleeping on the Sydney Center Station in the 2nd photo. The other two are from net.

  • Have you seen people sleeping on the road?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Have you seen people sleeping at public places?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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  1. Never used to have homeless in New Zealand, but I have seen a 13 yr old boy sleeping in a bus shelter in Onehunga, then a person sleeping in a car by Onehunga Wharf. Also a girl sleeping in her car in Rotorua not long ago. Plus people sleeping by an old toilet block in Onehunga.

    Sad to say it is not the old New Zealand used to be. The rich are getting richer and the poor poorer. Greed is world wide.

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