Tags : Child Labour

‘160m Children In Child Labour’

The International Labour Organisation (ILO)  and the United Nation International Children Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has  raised the alarm on the increasing number of child labour worldwide. The duo said that the number of children in child labour has risen to 160 million worldwide adding that nine million additional children were at risk as a result […]Read More

COVID-19: Still A Threat To Global Reduction In Child Abuse

32% of the labour workforce in Africa are children under the age of 18. Children from age 5 to 17 that are exposed to any physical or economic task that hinders their education and health are considered child labourers. Economic hardship is a major factor that drives poor families to expose their young ones as […]Read More