Nicole Siméon, Journalist.
Léone, Danise, Nadine, Carline and Nadège are young ladies today. They try to regain a normal life after they have lined for several years in the street. Thanks to the intervention of CAFA (Centre d’Action Familiale) founded in July 1996 by Madam Kettlie Marseille, they said goodbye to this way of life.
As best they can, they have been taken into care by the programmes of CAFA. But, how long will we be there, they wonder? For adults and, mothers for two ( 2 ) of them, they no longer can be dependent on the scanty budget of CAFA. Divided between the relief to leave the street and the apprehension about a future which is not quite certain, these five (5) young ladies talk about their past in the street, the reasons why they lived there and also they talk about their hope.
Léone is eighteen (18) years old now : I found myself in the street because I accepted to be convainced by a friend of mine when I was ten ( 10 ) years old at that time.
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