Working against Child Labour In Tajikistan

The economy in the central Asian republic of Tajikistan is recovering after a devastating civil war, but a persistent problem remains - tens of thousands of children are trapped in child labour. But a coordinated effort to identify children in, or at risk for, child labour is paying off in Tajikistan. One of the key achievements has been a the establishment of a national training center where former child labourers can learn skills that are needed in Tajikistan's growing economy.

Date issued: 08 September 2014 |