|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 Adwuma Pa project works to reduce the risk of child and forced labor, and other exploitative labor practices, by improving the economic participation and empowerment of women and adolescent girls within cocoa-producing communities in Ghana.
|Ghana||Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE)||$5,000,000||11/16/2018||11/15/2023|
|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|