India is the 2nd largest populated country in the world and a big chunk of people are living below the poverty line. One out of four goes to bed without a meal and about 200,000 street children are symbol of poverty, which have neither proper food nor have a shelter. These children are uncared, unprotected and abused. Delhi,the capital of India has huge migration from different States, caused of greater street children. This book has depicted a picture of socio-economic condition of India,especially, those who fall below poverty line including street children. These children are seen in the mechanic shops, tea stalls, cycle repair shop, washing utensils in restaurants, selling artificial jewellery, flowers, and even dancing on the road side to earn daily bread. Among such street children, girls are not seen on the streets in comparison to boys, as these girls either work as domestic helpers or sold in the brothels as sex workers from a very early age. This book is a comparative study of the Local NGOs and an I-NGOs on the pathetic condition of street girls in Delhi and also suggests a strategy, how to uplift these abused girls in the society.