Namibia: Resources


  1. Good practices

    Good Practices and Lessons Learned on the elimination of the worst forms of child labour in Namibia

    16 July 2012

    The objective of this report is to share good practices and lesson learned with concerned stakeholders especially practitioners/ implementers on the issue of child labour. The document serves as a guiding tool, filled with practical information, tips, and examples for community-based organizations, as well as local and international non-governmental organizations, policy makers, and donors.


  1. Meeting document

    Exit strategy and sustainable approaches workshop report, Namibia

    01 November 2011


  1. Publication

    In-depth study on child labour in the agricultural sector in Namibia: a study of Oshikoto, Ohangwena, Caprivi and Kavango

    31 December 2010

    Carries out an in-depth study on child labour in the agricultural sector in the four regions of Namibia namely, Oshikoto, Ohangwena, Caprivi and Kavango. Collects data and makes recommendations on the findings and finds a suitable way to alleviate the issue of child labour in the country. Reveals a high prevalence of child labour in the four regions studied. Mentions the ILO's Minimum Age Convention, 1973 (No. 138), and the Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention, 1999 (No. 182).


  1. National Child Labour Survey

    Namibia Child Activities Survey 2005

    31 December 2008

    The 2005 Namibia Child Activities Survey was designed to update the information on child activities collected during the 1999 survey. The survey collected information on the economic and non-economic activities of children and differentiated between two definitions namely: Child work and Child labour.


  1. Publication

    The need for a coordinated approach to facilitate access to education: A key finding of the research into child labour in Namibia (TECL Paper 47)

    01 July 2006


  1. Publication

    Implementation Plan of the programme Towards the Elimination of worst forms of Child Labour (TECL) in Namibia 2004-2007 (TECL Paper 11)

    01 January 2005


  1. Publication

    Child Activities Survey, Namibia, 1999

    01 January 2001

    The over all objective of 1999 NCAS was to provide baseline data on the activities of the child population in Namibia for planning, policy formulation and the implementation of government development programmes aimed at improving the status of the vulnerable socio-economic groups in the Namibian population, such as children.

  2. Database

    Child Activities Survey, Namibia, 1999 (dataset)

    01 January 2001

    This ZIP file contains the dataset files in SPSS format with all the explanatory documentation associated. This includes questionnaires, data codebooks, a note on the survey methodology and the interviewers manual