Project Resource

Trainers' Manual on Child Labour for Agriculture Extension Officers in Ghana

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Release Year
2014
Document Type
GUIDE/MANUAL

A manual intended for extension officers in their engagement with farmers, farm workers and farmer groups to facilitate their understanding of the three components of this manual; Unit 1: Understanding the Concepts of Child Labour, Unit 2: Occupational Safety, Health and Environment (OSH&E) in the Agriculture Sector of Ghana, and Unit 3: The Role of Agriculture Extension Officers in Implementing the Ghana Child Labour Monitoring System (GCLMS). Under each unit, the trainer is given basic notes on the objectives for the unit, expected outputs, sessions and duration, preparation, materials required, methodology, procedure, evaluation, and key messages. The units are also supported with a resource section to furnish the trainer with key information that will enhance their capability to facilitate the sessions.

Project Topics
Health effects
Reduced learning opportunities
Child Labor
Decent work for youth
Hazardous child labor
Occupational Safety and Health
Reduced employment opportunities
Cultural norms
Poverty
Limited access to education
Working conditions
Worst forms of child labor (WFCL)
Trafficking in persons (human trafficking)
Economic Sector
AGRICULTURE
Crops
Fishing
Livestock
Mining
Domestic work
Intervention Type
Awareness-raising
Capacity building - Government
Education
Enforcement of laws
Labor monitoring systems
Training
Coordination
Goods
Cocoa
Cattle
Palm Fruit
Grantee
International Labor Organization (ILO)
Author
Community Empowerment Associates, International Labor Organization (ILO)
Research Type
Qualitative research
Quantitative research
Language
English
Accessibility

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