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Towards ending child labour in Zambia: An assessment of resource requirements - Report on child labour
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Abstract : The current Inter-Agency Report provides an overview of the child labour situation in Zambia and how it is changing over time, building on and updating the results of the comprehensive Country Report on child labour published in 2009. With this overview as background, the Inter-Agency Report then analyses the resource implications of meeting the national commitment to eliminating child labour. Specifically in this context, the report assesses the economic costs over a five-year period of (1) providing the poorest of the poor families with a minimum degree of social protection and (2) providing a package of special, targeted measures aimed at protecting and removing children from employment. The report shows that while Zambia has witnessed a substantial reduction in the incidence of child labour, this progress will not be enough to eliminate child labour by 2015. Even under a best-case growth and policy scenario a substantial number of children aged 7-15 years– just below one million – is expected to be still in employment in 2015. This signifies that additional policy efforts will therefore be necessary to eliminate child labour within this period.
Year : 2012
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Zambia
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Source : UCW Country Studies
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