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ILO Technical Cooperation : Child Labour - Sustainable elimination of child bonded labour in Nepal (Phases I- II)
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Results and Outcomes:
1. 3,000 working children below 18 years (in domestic work, agriculture, and brick kilns) from the targeted families withdrawn and another 6,600 children below 18 years identified for prevention from child labour.
2. 4,000 children 10-17 yrs and 2,000 adult members from targeted families provided appropriate non-formal education.
3. 8,000 males and females below 18 years from targeted families mainstreamed into formal education
4. 2,000 adults and children of employable age of the targeted families have appropriate and sufficient vocational/technical skills and are linked to the job market.
5. 1,500 targeted families have access to farmland and appropriate extension services for generating on-farm self-employment.
6. 1,500 targeted families have access to funds/credit and appropriate extension services for generating off-farm self-employment.
7. 5,000 freed Kamaiya and Haruwa/Charuwa agricultural workers are unionized.
8. Favourable environment created for enforcement of the minimum agricultural wage rates that are equal for men and women.
9. MOLR&M and MOL&TM supported to bring in necessary appropriate legislative measures and national plan of action for elimination of child bonded labour.
10. Awareness raised among bonded labour and local organizations on (i) issues of child bonded labour, trafficking in children and child labour, (ii) provisions under the Kamaiya Labour Prohibition Act-2001 and Child Labour Prohibition & Regulation Act-1999.
11. The capacity of Implementing Agencies (government, employers’ and workers’ unions), and NGOs/CBOs’ network working on child bonded labour and bonded labour issues strengthened.
12. Experiences on child bonded labour researched, documented and disseminated.
Publisher:
ILO ,   (2014 )
Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster in English
Keywords:
LABOUR, CHILD LABOUR, CHILDREN, LABOUR LAW, CHILD WELFARE, RIGHTS OF THE CHILD, WORKERS RIGHTS, LABOUR POLICY, CAPACITY BUILDING, TRAINING PROGRAMMES, EDUCATION, NON-FORMAL EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT, AGRICULTURAL WORKERS, BONDED LABOURS
Thematic Group:
 ILO : International Labor & Labor
Thesaurus:
12.06.00  -  Special Categories Of Workers
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