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Eliminating Child Labour In Nepal : Facts, figures, commitments and action
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Child labour and its worst forms in particular have emerged as a problem of immense global proportions and Nepal is no exception. Despite some reduction globally there are still 225 million children in prohibited child labour, of which a staggering number of 115 million are exposed to hazardous work. The picture in Nepal is somewhat similar.

Publisher: GoN, ILO, UNICEF, WORLD EDUCATION, NHRC/UN (WE/UN)
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GoN, ILO, UNICEF, WE,NHRC/UN ,   (2012 )
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Bulletin or Poster in English
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CHILD LABOUR, CHILD WORK, SOCIAL WELFARE, CHILD HEALTH, CHILD MORTALITY, CHILD SURVIVAL, POVERTY, ILLITERACY, DISCRIMINATION, CHILD PROTECTION, HUMAN RIGHTS, CHILD WELFARE
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 ILO : International Labor & Labor
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