Task Brasil, 13 Years Helping Brazil’s Street Kids

Since its establishment as a UK charity in 1992, The Task Brasil Trust has come a long way in helping the street children of Rio de Janeiro.  In the early days, Ligia da Silva (Founding Trustee) and her supporters began by trying to make contact with children on the streets.

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