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Natasha is 22 years-old and has been homeless sleeping rough in London for 4 years

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Natasha is 22 years-old and has been homeless in London for four years. Only moments before meeting her on a dark rainy night I met two other homeless women. One woman had been on the streets for 33 years.

Natasha says because she is not using drugs or alcohol or pregnant there is no help.

It's hard for to imagine what a young girl like Natasha life is like on the streets. It's nothing but a miracle that she still is positive and can smile.


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