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Statement by Hon. Joseph Amenowode, Member of Parliament (MP) for Afadjato and Chair of the Select Committee on Employment, Social Welfare and State Enterprises

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2015
Document Type
Communication strategy
AWARENESS RAISING MATERIALS

This document provides an overview of some of the child labor related findings from a Ghana Living Standards Survey, as well as information regarding the situation of child labor, existing regulations,  as well as efforts and interventions made to address child labor in Ghana. The document also provides information on the launch of a Platform of  ECOWAS Parliamentarians against Child Labour.
 

Project Topics
Child Labor
Trafficking in persons (human trafficking)
Hazardous child labor
Health effects
Reduced learning opportunities
Reduced employment opportunities
Cultural norms
Poverty
VULNERABILITIES TO LABOR EXPLOITATION
LABOR ISSUES
IMPACT OF EXPLOITATION
Economic Sector
AGRICULTURE
Mining
Commercial sexual exploitation
Domestic work
Begging
Street vending
INDUSTRY
SERVICES
PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES
Intervention Type
Coordination
Research
Law and regulation strengthening
Economic empowerment
Policy strengthening
Education
Remediation
Microfinance
Training
Cash transfer programs
Goods
Cocoa
Grantee
International Labor Organization (ILO)
Author
Joseph Amenowode
Research Type
Quantitative research
Language
English
Accessibility

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