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Magnitud y características del trabajo infantil en El Salvador 2015: Resultados del módulo sobre trabajo infantil de la Encuesta de Hogares de Propósitos Múltiples (EHPM) de 2015

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Region
Country
Release Year
2016
Document Type
REPORT

The overall objective of the report is to study the extent and characteristics of productive activities (i.e. economic and non-economic) carried out by children and adolescents between 5 and 17 years of age in El Salvador, and in particular, identify the forms of work prohibited by national legislation and international conventions ratified by the country, with particular emphasis on those that should be urgently eradicated (e.g., hazardous work).

Project Topics
Child Labor
Working conditions
Hazardous child labor
Gender inequalities
Poverty
Reduced learning opportunities
Limited access to education
Child domestic work
Health effects
Occupational Safety and Health
Family disruption
Economic shocks
Worst forms of child labor (WFCL)
Trafficking in persons (human trafficking)
Economic Sector
Crops
Fishing
Forestry
Livestock
Manufacturing
Domestic work
Hotels and restaurants
Transport
Wholesale and retail trade
Street vending
Intervention Type
Social protection systems
Education
Capacity building - Government
Capacity building - Private sector
Capacity building - Civil society
Policy strengthening
Awareness-raising
Labor monitoring systems
Research
Advocacy programs
Coordination
Enforcement of laws
Law and regulation strengthening
Public-private partnerships
Goods
Cereal Grains
Tobacco
Bovines
Sugarcane
Grantee
International Labor Organization (ILO)
Author
International Labor Office (ILO), Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Service (FUNDAMENTALS); Directorate General of Statistics and Censuses of El Salvador (DIGESTYC)
Research Type
Qualitative research
Quantitative research
Language
Spanish
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