Conference outcome document
26 September 2012
The Malawi National Conference on Child Labour in Agriculture took place on 4-6 September 2012, was supported by the Government of Malawi, the ECLT Foundation and the ILO.
National Stakeholder Workshop to develop an agriculture data collection instrument for child labour in the small-scale fishing and aquaculture sector Report - Cambodia, 23 August 2012
01 August 2012
Format to identify and document good practices on child labour in agriculture: Labour saving technologies and corporate social responsibility in tobacco production, Tanzania
01 April 2012
Format to identify and document good practices on child labour in agriculture: 1. It?s all about community: Working together to improve occupational health and safety through child labour monitoring systems; 2. Labour saving technologies and corporate social responsibility in tobacco production
01 March 2012
To undertake this survey, the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics and ILO-IPEC with other stakeholders jointly identified the Dry Fish Industry located in selected five coastal districts of the Bay of Bengal. The aim of the survey was to investigate the forced labour of children and its measurement on the basis of certain indicators such as unfree recruitment, work imposed, freedom of work, dependency, coercion/ penalty etc. in line with ILO Conventions C 29 and C 105.
Project Brief: Combating Child Labour in Central Asia - Commitment becomes Action PROACT CAR Phase III
01 February 2012
Rapid assessment of child labour in the agricultural sector in Central and North East Districts of Botswana
30 December 2011
This report provides the number, proportion and gender composition of children working in the agricultural sector. Establishes geographical distribution of children working in the Central and North East Districts. Determines the context in which work is carried ou and establishes conditions under which work is carried out. Identifies the dangers which children are exposed to. Determines the importance of income earned by children and establishes the type of contractual arrangements of the parents.
Ghana - Rapid Assessment of Alternative or Additional Livelihood for Cocoa Farmers in the Western Region of Ghana
01 December 2011
The study sought to identify viable alternative or additional livelihood sources for cocoa families in some districts in the Western Region of Ghana using social survey research methods particularly focus group discussions.
Research to identify practical measures to enhance productivity in cocoa growing communities in Ghana
01 December 2011
The final document duly edited will be provided later.
Education Needs Assessment in Target Cocoa Growing Communities (including coverage of migrant children)
01 November 2011
The final document duly edited will be provided later.A needs assessment was carried out to identify the main issues that keep children out of school in the target project districts and to design appropriate interventions. The study involved a qualitative research that used secondary data, including literature review of legislative, policy and programme documents related to education to ascertain the state of education in Ghana.
01 October 2011
Format to identify and document good practices on child labour in agriculture.