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Introduction. Street children are children who spend most of their time doing day-to-day activities on the streets, including in the market environment, shops and other hubs. Street children are less concerned about their own health. Access to health services is good for children less than normal people. It affects their health behavior style. This study aims to deeply exploit the juvenile street children's experience in maintaining reproductive health in the Bahtera Child Protection Homedoi:10.32805/ijhr.2019.2.1.26 fatcat:stnxvieyrbdahaqv5xictscrty