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It is estimated that million children worldwide are in child labor, million of kids in countries like Latin America, and in Europe are involved in dangerous tasks, million kids in Afghan, Korean, and Asian villages have quit school voluntarily to work, and 6 million kids all across the world are forced to work against their own will. Some of the locations that the children work in are full of smoke, or are just plain dangerous. Today I will try to prove to you that child labor should be banned because it is dangerous to the children, and that it is negatively hurting their education drastically. How many of you want to go to school? How many wish you were somewhere else right now? Well, at least you have the privilege to go to school.
Child Labor at District Level: A Case Study of Rawalpindi
Child labour cuts across the sectors but is largely prevalent in the rural economy. The DWCP is expected to contribute in mainstreaming child and bonded labour issues in the federal and provincial policies and strategies. ILO has also responded to rehabilitate child labour in the earthquake affected areas. In all these ILO interventions, thousands of child labours, girls and boys, have been rehabilitated through the provision of non-formal education and related services. Moreover, ILO has helped develop a District Model approach to built the capacity of and provide tools to the District Government to address the issue of child labour at the local level.
During the and 80s, there was a significant restructuring of the production of footballs in Sialkot, Pakistan. Changes in raw materials from leather to synthetics and improved machinery for cutting ushered in the possibility of stitching footballs in the home. As a result, middlemen began outsource stitching to families working from home, leading to increasing rates of child labour. It was estimated that more than 7, children between the ages of years old were working full time stitching footballs.