Convergence against Child Labour: Support for India’s Model- Final Evaluation Report (2013)

This report is from the final, comprehensive evaluation of the Project that was completed in 2012 sometime after the interim report was released. It evaluates the key outputs and objectives and assesses the development of the convergence model and its continuity and replication by state partners.

The Convergence against Child Labour – Support for India’s Model Project (the Convergence Project) was a pilot initiative of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) in partnership with the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India (MOLE, GOI). The project aimed to develop an operational framework for ‘convergence’ of the government resources available under different schemes and programmes to target the agenda of elimination of child labour (ECL) while addressing its root cause, i.e. poverty.