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Investigating the Worst Forms of Child Labour No. 2 Nepal Trafficking in Girls With Special Reference to Prostitution: A Rapid Assessment The exploitative practice of child labour has come to be recognized as a major socio-economic problem. Child labour jeopardizes children’s potential to become productive adults, robbing them of their health, their education and their prospects for a ...
IPEC/ILO, TU, CDPS, (2001)
Working for Nepalese Children - An Overview of Child Labour Related Programmes in Nepal - 2001 Nepal had a late start in economic development and modernisation initiatives. Until the 1950s, Nepal remained isolated from the rest of world and had no modern social services infrastructure, cash economy, or economic and trade linkages with countrie...
ILO, (2001)
Lessons Learned for the Time Bound Programme A national workshop on policy and programming on child labour was jointly held by the Ministry of Labour and the ILO in August 1995 with a view to analysing the magnitude and the nature of the problem of child labour in the country, the response to t...
ILO, (2001)
Nepal Bonded Labour Among Child Workers of the Kamaiya System: A Rapid Assessment The Kamaiya system is commonly known as an agriculturally based bonded labour system in Nepal. Bondage among Kamaiya children working for an employer ensues from the debt incurred by the parents and also through the linkage in exploitative employment...
ILO, (2001)
Nepal Situation of Domestic Child Labourers in Kathmandu: A Rapid Assessment Hiring a live-in person to undertake domestic household chores is an integral part of South Asian tradition. The use of domestic child labourers (DCL) is common in Nepal, especially in its affluent urban areas. In Kathmandu, according to the study’s ...
ILO, (2001)
Nepal Child Labour Report Based on Data Drawn from the Nepal Labour Force Survey -2008 The Nepal Child Labour Report is the first statistical report of its kind in Nepal utilizing large‐scale survey data. The report is based on the data collected through the Nepal Labour Force Survey 2008, the questionnaire for which was designed to in...
ILO, (2012)
Child Soldiers for Adult Wars: Exploitation in Nepal and Sri Lanka ILO Convention No. 182 on Worst Forms of Child Labour (WFCL) defines the forced recruitment of children for use in armed conflict as an unconditional worst form of child labour. The Convention stipulates that each member State shall identify and reac...
ILO, (2006)
Nepal Situation of Child Porters: A Rapid Assessment The exploitative practice of child labour has come to be recognised as a major socioeconomic problem. Child labour jeopardises children's potential to become productive adults, robbing them of their health, their education and their prospects for a b...
ILO, (2001)
FINAL EVALUATION OF THE NATIONAL PLAN OF ACTION FOR CHILDREN 2004-15 In 2004, the Cabinet of the Government of Nepal (GoN) endorsed the ten years National Plan of Action for Children (NPA/C). The plan was developed as a national response to the United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on Children held ...
UNICEF, (2016)