Resources on child labour in agriculture

2016

  1. Instructional material

    South-East Asian seafood industries addressing child labour

    01 June 2016

2015

  1. Child labour and forced labour

    Monitoring report on the use of child labour and forced labour during the Uzbekistan 2015 Cotton Harvest

    20 November 2015

    In October 2014, the World Bank requested the ILO to assess the potential use of child labour and forced labour by the beneficiaries of World Bank projects in specific areas, with particular emphasis on the cotton harvest. The report presents the key findings of the monitoring carried out by the ILO in September and October 2015.

  2. Good practices

    Good practices and lessons learned in cocoa communities in Ghana

    01 September 2015

    This compendium of good practices outlines some measures that were innovative, relevant/responsive, efficient, effective, ethical, sustainable and replicable. The project exceeded its targeted number of beneficiaries and made significant gains in addressing some of the root causes of child labour in cocoa growing communities. The purpose of this compendium is to provide the community of practice with a set of approaches that yield results.

  3. Publication

    Rapid assessment on child labour in the sugarcane sector in selected areas in Cambodia: A comparative analysis

    26 June 2015

    This study was undertaken in 2014 by the Cambodia Institute of Development Study (CIDS) in order to fill an apparent existing knowledge gap on the nature of child labour in the sugarcane sector in Cambodia.

  4. Publication

    Rapid assessment on child labour in the sugarcane sector in selected areas in Cambodia: A comparative analysis

    01 June 2015

    The objective of this study is to advance knowledge on the use of child labour within the sugarcane sector of Cambodia to shape policy, and inspire practice to address it. It aims to collect credible data and generate a better understanding of the status of child labour in the sugarcane industry in order to inform policy and formulate effective interventions to progressively eliminate child labour so that the development of this agro-industry benefits communities and pro-poor growth.

  5. Publication

    Photo album of good practices and lessons learned of the ILO-IPEC Cocoa Communities project in Ghana

    20 April 2015

    The photo album is a story-telling sequence of annotated pictures depicting the various stages and processes of project implementation and outcomes achieved.

2014

  1. Publication

    Potential Intervention Model in Agricultural and Fishing in Floating Village

    04 December 2014

    This report presents one of three action programmes (APs) implemented by the ILO-IPEC project “Support the Development and Implementation of the Programme on the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour” during 2009-2013. The APs were implemented in Ma Da commune, Vinh Cuu district, Dong Nai province, from July 2011 to September 2013.

  2. Publication

    Potential intervention model in traditional stone carving and wood art craft villages

    03 December 2014

    This report presents one of three action programmes (APs) implemented in Viet Nam by the ILO-IPEC project “Support the Development and Implementation of the Programme on the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour” during 2009-2013. The APs were implemented in Hien Giang commune, Thuong Tin district, Ha Noi, from July 2011 to September 2013.

  3. Training manual

    Eliminating hazardous child labour and occupational safety, health and environmental risks: A manual for agents of change in cocoa communities in Ghana

    16 September 2014

    This Manual was produced by ILO-IPEC and GAWU to serve as an essential training tool for workers in the rural communities, especially cocoa farmers, to promote and ensure safety at the work place. Collaboration between workers’ and employers’ organizations is one of the most effective strategies to ensure safe practices at work places. Hopefully the production of this Manual will go a long way to help the community and farmers as well as agriculture extension officers in their training efforts.

  4. Good practices

    Compendium of good practices on addressing child labour in agriculture

    29 May 2014

    The good practices have been collected from on-going, or recently closed, worldwide ILO-IPEC projects in Brazil, Cambodia, Dominican Republic, Indonesia, Nicaragua, Philippines, Tanzania and Thailand.