Good Practice

Combating the Worst Forms of Child Labour in Indonesia: Supporting the Time Bound Programme for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour in Indonesia - Final Evaluation

Good Practice Description

Expanding access to and improving formal secondary education is the most effective way to prevent child labour exploitation. Initiatives considered successful include: - grants to poor families and students for educational expenses; - remedial education for at risk students; - teacher training on active, creative, effective and enjoyable methods; - training on life-skills, child rights and the risks of child labour; and - combined elementary and junior high schools in remote areas.