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Report on the Review of Capacity and Coordination towards Elimination of Child Labour in Ghana. Volume I: Report on the main findings and recommendations

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Release Year
2013
Document Type
REPORT

A capacity and coordination review commissioned by the ILO/IPEC Cocoa Communities Project in Ghana. This is volume I of the report on the assessment, detailing the findings and recommendations for strengthening national capacity to coordinate and implement the NP on child labor in Ghana. Volume II of the report contains more detailed information on the process and methodology employed in the assessment as well as annexes. The reports are contained in two volumes to make it easier to read. The review looks into national, district and local capacity to implement the NPA and to coordinate interventions to eliminate child labor. The main focus for the exercise is on coordination, but other dimensions of capacity are also explored. Therefore, this report includes conclusions and recommendations pertaining to coordination, but also towards other dimensions of capacity that were found to be critical.

Project Topics
Child Labor
Worst forms of child labor (WFCL)
Trafficking in persons (human trafficking)
Economic Sector
Mining
Fishing
Commercial sexual exploitation
Domestic work
AGRICULTURE
Street vending
Begging
Intervention Type
Awareness-raising
Policy strengthening
Remediation
Education
Social protection systems
Enforcement of laws
Public-private partnerships
Labor monitoring systems
Capacity building - Government
Capacity building - Private sector
Coordination
Research
Training
Advocacy programs
Formalization
Goods
Cocoa
Grantee
International Labor Organization (ILO)
Author
International Labor Organization (ILO) - International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC)
Research Type
Qualitative research
Synthesis review
Language
English
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