|Title||Location||Grantee||Amount||Start Sort ascending||End|
|Mexico||Heartland Alliance International||$1,389,000||12/31/2014||12/31/2017|
|Philippines||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$1,250,000||12/15/2014||08/31/2019|
Impact Evaluations: Randomized Control Trial Impact Evaluations of National Social Protection Programs (Cash Transfer Programs) in Malawi and Zambia
Our impact evaluation projects use rigorous quantitative techniques to evaluate the impact of interventions on reducing child labor, forced labor and human trafficking—part of a broader ILAB effort to build rigorous evidence on what works to secure and protect the rights of children and adults. Such evaluations support our partner governments’ evidence-based policymaking efforts, and also help identify proven strategies to inform ILAB’s future investments in global programs to combat child labor and forced labor.
|Global||United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)||$1,384,468||09/30/2014||06/14/2018|
|Morocco||Management Systems International (MSI)||$1,247,980||12/31/2013||03/31/2018|
Project Pathways: Reducing Child Labor Through Viable Paths in Education and Decent Work (Promise Pathways)
To support efforts to reduce child labor and assist youth of legal working age to secure decent work and provide household members (age 18 and older) with opportunities for improved livelihoods in rural and peri-urban areas of Morocco.
|Morocco||Creative Associates International||$4,998,430||12/31/2013||05/31/2017|
|Afghanistan, Armenia, Bangladesh, Côte d'Ivoire, Lebanon, Paraguay, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Suriname, Uganda||International Labor Organization's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor (ILO-IPEC)||$7,950,000||11/30/2013||01/31/2019|
|Colombia||Private Agencies Collaborating Together (PACT) Incorporated||$11,250,000||09/30/2013||09/30/2020|
Reduce exploitative child labor in areas with a high prevalence of child labor in agriculture, fishing, and domestic service.
The Project will use a research and knowledge enhancement strategy to identify and asses the existing gaps in current policies to combat child labor. It will also focus on the social protection programs in the two countries, especially those that relate to indigenous peoples, Afro-descendants, migrants and persons with disabilities.
|Ecuador, Panama||International Labor Organization's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor (ILO-IPEC)||$4,375,000||12/27/2012||12/31/2018|