Yemen: Resources

2016

  1. Publication

    The twin challenges of child labour and youth employment in the Arab States - Infographic

    15 March 2016

  2. Publication

    The twin challenges of child labour and youth employment in the Arab States - Key messages

    15 March 2016

  3. Publication

    The twin challenges of child labour and youth employment in the Arab States - Executive Summary

    15 March 2016

  4. Publication

    The twin challenges of child labour and youth employment in the Arab States

    27 January 2016

    This Report examines the related issues of child labour and youth marginalisation in the Arab States. It focuses in particular in Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Yemen and the Occupied Palestinian Territory. All are conflict or conflict-affected societies where concerns relating to the well-being of children and youth are acute and where better information to inform policy is needed.

2013

  1. National child labour survey

    Working children in the Republic of Yemen: The results of the 2010 National Child Labour Survey

    15 January 2013

    The 2010 National Child Labour Survey was designed to provide indicators on three main aspects of children’s lives: economic activity, schooling and unpaid household services. The survey covered 9,571 households containing 67,617 individuals, 23,535 of whom were children between 5 and 17 years of age.

  2. Publication

    Working children in the Republic of Yemen: The results of the 2010 National Child Labour Survey

    01 January 2013

    The report says that working children and child labourers are far more likely than others not to attend school or to drop out of school.

2003

  1. Publication

    Understanding Children's Work in Yemen

    01 March 2003

    The current report was developed under the aegis of a joint ILO/World Bank/UNICEF project ¿Understanding Children¿s Work¿ in Yemen.1 It provides an overview of the child work phenomenon in the country ¿ its extent and nature, its determinants, and its consequences on health and education. The report also looks at national responses to child labour,2 i.e., to negative or undesirable forms of work that should be eliminated.