Project Resource

Tanzania national child labour survey 2014: Analytical Report

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Release Year
2016
Document Type
REPORT
National Child Labor Survey (NCLS)

This report provides statistical information on demographic and socio-economic characteristics of working children aged 5–17 years as well as some related information on the households they belong to. The report also contains survey findings about children’s non-economic activities, principally attending school and engagement in household chores. Generally, all estimates and classifications of the working children and child labour are aligned to the international statistical measurement standards adopted at 18th International Conference of Labour Statisticians (18th ICLS).

Project Topics
Child Labor
Working conditions
Hazardous child labor
Limited access to education
Gender inequalities
Poverty
Rurality
Family disruption
Occupational Safety and Health
Reduced learning opportunities
Economic Sector
Construction
Mining
Domestic work
Crops
Fishing
Forestry
Manufacturing
Hotels and restaurants
Wholesale and retail trade
Transport
Livestock
Intervention Type
Microfinance
Capacity building - Government
Capacity building - Private sector
Capacity building - Civil society
Economic empowerment
Education
Training
Awareness-raising
Research
Advocacy programs
Goods
Fish
Grantee
International Labor Organization (ILO)
Author
International Labour Office (ILO), Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Branch (FUNDAMENTALS); Tanzania National Bureau of Statistics
Research Type
Qualitative research
Quantitative research
Language
English
Accessibility

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