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  1. Kenya: emerging good practices in laying foundations for child labour-free zones - A case of Busia, Kilifi and Kitui Districts

    14 November 2013

    As part of support to the National Action Plan (NAP) on child labour in Kenya, the experiences documents in this report is one of the tools that ILO-IPEC SNAP project and ILO provides to the government and stakeholders as a mean to continue addressing the child labour challenge.

  2. Pratical guide to child labour reporting

    06 February 2006

    These guidelines have been prepared to assist government officials in putting together first and subsequent periodic reports under the Minimum Age Convention, 1973 (No. 138) and Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention, 1999 (No. 182). implementation. They are meant as an additional tool, building upon the existing Report Form, to assist government officials to include all the necessary information for a balanced and evaluation of the application of the Conventions at the national level.

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