Partnership for Action Against Child Labour in Agriculture (PAACLA) has facilitated the development of partnerships at the local level in the form of PAACLA Forums in several regions of Indonesia.
in tobacco-growing communities were financially empowered
were sent to school and benefited from vocational training
were removed or kept away from child labour
were reached through awareness-raising activities
children are involved in child labour worldwide
children are doing work which is hazardous.
of child labour is in agriculture
children and youth are out of school
Re-enrolling child labourers into formal education can be challenging. Early exclusion from school reinforces the decision to engage children in hazardous labour, rather than enrolling them in school and encouraging their regular attendance.
Identifying working and at-risk children: A first step towards effectively managing child labour