National Child Labour Survey
17 February 2016
This publication is elaborated to access the prevalence of employment and child labour among children (aged 5-17) in the Republic of Tajikistan, the nature of work they carry out, the potential consequences of employment as measured by childrens health and schooling outcomes and the correlates of child employment and child labour. The data of this report come from the Child Labour Survey conducted by the Institute of Statistics of Tajikistan under the President of Tajikistan in 2012 in collaboration with ILO-IPEC.
01 April 2015
Child labour: PROACT CAR Project
20 March 2015
Teachers’ trade unions mainstream the topic of child labour in education curricula for children and teachers in Tajikistan
22 January 2015
07 March 2014
Tajikistan is among the countries in Central Asia that are seriously affected by the worst forms of child labour. According to this survey, child labour is used mainly in agriculture (98 per cent), in trade (0.9 per cent), in the processing industry (0.5 per cent), and in civil construction (0.5 per cent).
11 June 2013
Within the framework of activities carried out by IPEC Programme in Central Asia two study tours were organized for tripartite partners in the region to learn experience of combating child labour in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
15 March 2012
The centre provides vocational education training for people of different age, mainly for those unemployed and labour migrants on 48 professions and occupations that are on demand on the labour market.
Project Brief: Combating Child Labour in Central Asia - Commitment becomes Action PROACT CAR Phase III
01 February 2012