|Title||Location||Grantee||Amount||Start Sort ascending||End|
|Madagascar Shines: Reducing Child Labor in Mica-Producing Communities of Madagascar
The Madagascar Shines project aims to reduce child labor in mica-producing communities in the Anôsy region of Madagascar through community engagement, coordination, and capacity building.
|Eliminating Child Labor in Mica-Producing Communities and Promoting Responsible Mica Sourcing in Madagascar and Globally (MICA)
The goal of the UNDP’s MICA project is to eliminate child labor in four communes in Madagascar and to promote environmentally- and socially-responsible mica mining by bolstering the resiliency of vulnerable households in mica producing communities, building government capacity, and increasing engagement with stakeholders.
|Madagascar||United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)||$4,500,000||12/16/2020||09/15/2021|
|She Thrives: Reducing Child Labor in Ethiopia’s Agricultural Sector using a Gender-Focused Approach
The She Thrives project seeks to build agency of vulnerable women and girls in the Ethiopian agricultural sector, change community social norms and traditions that uphold child labor and gender inequality, and transform laws, policies and institutions to be more gender equitable and support efforts to reduce child labor in Ethiopia.
|Ethiopia||Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE)||$5,000,000||12/07/2020||02/06/2025|
The Child Labor Improvements in Bangladesh (CLIMB) project built the capacity of civil society to more effectively detect and combat forced child labor and other labor abuses in the dried fish sector in Bangladesh. It leveraged partnerships with academic and community-based organizations to build a grassroots movement, empower vulnerable families, connect survivors to services and reduce the risk that children would be forced into this harmful work.
|Project to Promote Workplace-Based Training for Vulnerable Youth in Argentina
Project Noemi is helping bridge the skills gap in Argentina by increasing the number and quality of on-the-job training programs, such as internships and apprenticeships, while ensuring these opportunities are accessible to the youth who need them the most. The project is supporting improvements in the legal and policy framework surrounding youth training, raising awareness about the benefits of work-based training, documenting and disseminating good apprenticeship practices in Argentina, and helping both public and private sector youth training programs to increase their effectiveness.
|Argentina||Desarrollo y Autogestión (DYA)||$3,300,000||11/09/2016||04/30/2023|
|Better Utilization of Skills for Youth (BUSY) through Quality Apprenticeships
The Better Utilization of Skills for Youth (BUSY) project works to build the capacity of government, employers, workers’ organizations, and civil society actors to establish and expand workplace-based training programs for vulnerable youth, including by identifying gaps in relevant laws and policies.
|Kenya||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$3,000,000||09/30/2016||12/30/2021|
|Together Against Child Labor in Tunisia (PROTECTE)
The PROTECTE project is working to strengthen Tunisia’s ability to implement their Child Labor National Action Plan, a multi-stakeholder effort involving government, business, and civil society. The project will turn policy and promises into action by facilitating a comprehensive approach to safeguarding every child’s right to attend school and avoid exploitative labor.
|Tunisia||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$4,000,000||09/01/2016||08/31/2023|
|Paraguay Okakuaa (Paraguay Progresses)
In partnership with the Paraguayan Ministry of Labor, Paraguay Okakuaa is strengthening the enforcement of labor laws in agriculture in the Department of Guairá and providing educational and livelihood opportunities for families vulnerable to child labor, particularly young women. And in response to the government’s political will to address forced labor, the project is now expanding efforts to the Chaco, a significant cattle- and beef-exporting region.
|Paraguay||Partners of the Americas||$7,499,558||11/03/2015||09/30/2021|
|Technical Support for Enhancing National Capacity to Prevent and Reduce Child Labour in Vietnam||Vietnam||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$13,000,000||12/31/2014||06/30/2024|
|My-PEC: Myanmar Program on the Elimination of Child Labor
The goal of the project is to reduce child labor in Burma through the establishment of a comprehensive, inclusive, and efficient multi-stakeholder response.
|Burma||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$10,050,000||12/31/2013||12/31/2023|
|Nayo Bato Naya Paila (New Path New Steps)||Nepal||World Education||$4,673,046||09/20/2009||04/30/2013|