Project Resource

Ethiopia National Child Labour Survey 2015

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Country
Release Year
2018
Document Type
National Child Labor Survey (NCLS)

The Child Labour Survey 2015 carried out in Ethiopia collected information on the demographic characteristics of the population, including their education, health, employment, migration, and housing characteristics. The survey covered both the rural and urban areas of the country. It was conducted in 721 enumeration selected areas consisting of 21, 526 private households from 25 May to 23 July 2015. Basic information on all persons living in private households was solicited. The population targeted by the survey was the group of children aged 5 to 17 years.

Project Topics
Child Labor
Hazardous child labor
Gender inequalities
Reduced learning opportunities
Working conditions
Rurality
Poverty
Limited access to education
Family disruption
Occupational Safety and Health
Health effects
Violence
Cultural norms
Economic shocks
Economic Sector
Domestic work
Crops
Fishing
Forestry
Manufacturing
Construction
Mining
Hotels and restaurants
Transport
Wholesale and retail trade
Intervention Type
Goods
Grantee
International Labor Organization (ILO)
Author
International Labour Office (ILO), Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Branch (FUNDAMENTALS), Central Statistical Agency (CSA) of Ethiopia
Research Type
Qualitative research
Quantitative research
Language
English
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