This book is based on my experiences of working with street children for years in Nairobi. Street children are ostracized from the main stream society and they are invisible to the society. They are children who come from troubled and dysfunctional families. They are associated with crime and therefore not entertained at all by the society. They scavenge for food and as a result they have been labelled "Chokora" Chokora in Kenya is a derogatory Swahili term synonymous with scavenging. It is treatment like this that plunges street children into deep abysmal stigma that impedes the process of rehabilitation. The research that bore this book vividly brings to light the dynamics of stigma and what can be done to curb it. Educators, planners and social practitioner working for and with street children can find this handbook handy.