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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

EQUAL - Equal Access to Quality Jobs for Women and Girls in Mexico

EQUAL seeks to increase job quality and safety, create opportunities for economic participation, and address gaps in social programs to reach remote and impoverished families in Mexico.

Mexico World Vision $5,000,000 12/15/2019 12/14/2023

Addressing Child Labor and Forced Labor in the Coffee Supply Chain in Honduras

This project helps businesses establish systems to prevent, detect and eliminate child labor and other forms of labor exploitation from their supply chains. It is assembling a powerful coalition of coffee buyers to collectively incentivize compliance among suppliers. In doing so, the project promotes supply chains that are free of exploitative labor and helps to create a fair playing field for workers in the U.S. and around the world.

Honduras International Labor Organization (ILO) $2,500,000 12/15/2017 12/31/2023

Colombia Avanza

Colombia Avanza is building the capacity of civil society to more effectively combat child labor and other labor abuses in Colombia’s coffee sector. By raising awareness and connecting survivors of labor exploitation to services in two of the largest coffee-producing areas of Colombia, the project helps promote supply chains that are free of exploitative labor and that contribute to a fair playing field for workers in the U.S. and around the world.

Colombia Partners of the Americas $2,500,000 12/08/2017 10/31/2022

Combating Forced Labor and Labor Trafficking of Adults and Children in Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire (FLIP)

This project builds the capacity of the government and businesses to expand and better coordinate ongoing labor trafficking enforcement efforts in Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire. By putting the right tools in the hands of labor inspectors, business owners, workers, and service providers, the project will advance greater supply chain transparency and accountability.

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Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana Verité $4,362,897 12/01/2017 09/30/2023

Cooperation On Fair, Free, Equitable Employment (COFFEE) Project

The United States is the leading importer of coffee, accounting for over 18 percent of total coffee imports in the world, with Brazil and Colombia as the top suppliers. But before that coffee reaches our cups, tens of millions of workers globally select, pick, and process the beans. Many of those workers are children – toiling in the fields rather than learning in school.

Brazil, Colombia, Global, Mexico Verité $2,200,000 12/01/2017 06/30/2023

Campos de Esperanza (Fields of Hope)

Campos de Esperanza (Fields of Hope) engages the government, the private sector, and civil society to reduce child labor in migrant agricultural communities, particularly in the coffee and sugarcane sectors in Veracruz and Oaxaca. The project links children and youth to existing educational programs and refers vulnerable households to existing government programs to improve income and reduce the need for child labor.

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Mexico World Vision $11,000,000 11/11/2016 09/30/2023

Futuros Brillantes: Project to Reduce Child Labor and Improve Labor Rights and Working Conditions in Honduras

Honduras World Vision $11,609,235 09/30/2014 06/30/2023

Educafuturo: Project to Combat Child Labor Among Vulnerable Populations in Ecuador and Panama by Providing Direct Education and Livelihood Services

Project Objectives: To improve educational outcomes for child and adolescents involved in child labor; and improve family income so that households do not need to rely on the work of children for survival.


Ecuador, Panama Partners of the Americas $8,125,000 12/27/2012 12/31/2018

Proyecto Semilla (Seed Project): Combating Exploitative Rural Child Labor in Peru

Peru Desarrollo y Autogestión (DYA) $16,250,000 12/31/2011 12/31/2019
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