Obaidur, a respected Rohingya camp leader, believes that with good teaching, men can create positive change in the heart of the coronavirus crisis.
predicting an increase in child brides and child labour as financial difficulties take a toll on
Up to 85 million more children face physical, sexual and emotional violence at home and in their communities over the next three months, as COVID-19 spreads worldwide.
predicts an increase in child marriage and child labour as financial difficulties take a toll on
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and keep them free from child labour and danger. Child Sponsorship means that
children across the globe are victims of child labour …
Child labour involves work that deprives children of …
World Vision UK's Erica Hall on the crisis of children who are forced into horrifying exploitation.
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The £12.5 million announced by the UK Government today for ending the worst forms of child labour is really good news for some of the world’s most vulnerable children.
today for ending the worst forms of child labour is really good news for some of the world’s …
A four-year programme to eradicate child slavery in three African countries launches today, International Day for the Abolition of Slavery (December 2).
other government officials to help tackle child labour at a national level and bring perpetrators …
Day in and day out, 12-year-old Mohsin would work 10-hour shifts hauling around huge piles of books, desperate to know what was written inside of them.
Instead of going to school, Tania spent many of her days peeling piles of icy shrimp - squatting for eight-hour shifts at a local fish depot.
Two youth leaders from Bangladesh - Al-Amin Bepary and Tanzim Tabassum Tithi - spent one week in London, taking part in the Commonwealth Youth Forum earlier in April.
including early marriage and child labour. Their community work is supported by World
Modern slavery commitment: “Do not forget children in emergencies”, World Vision urges UK government
World Vision UK responds to the latest commitment by the UK government to help eradicate modern slavery in the Commonwealth.
and DFID. UN experts will determine where child labour is taking
World Vision Young Leader Tanzim Tabassum Tithi writes and discusses the issues children face in Bangladesh and the change they're making.
marriage. We also are working against child labour
Thousands of children are at risk of being trafficked, sexually abused or exploited in Bangladesh’s refugee camps, international children’s charity World Vision warns today.
World Vision UK (WVUK) is a child focused international relief, development and advocacy non-governmental organisation (NGO) committed to working with children and their families, communities, local and national authorities and governments to achieve the best outcomes for children. WVUK has a zero-tolerance stance on acts of modern slavery and human trafficking or on any breach of our Ethical Policy and will not condone any such action by its employees, agents, representatives, contractors, suppliers or consultants. WVUK takes transparency very seriously and is committed to preventing acts of modern slavery and human trafficking from occurring within its business and supply chain. Our Ethical Policy is integral to all supplier contracts and sets out the overall standards surrounding human rights, child labour, discrimination, corruption, bribery or other financial impropriety, legal compliance and ethical conduct with which our suppliers must comply.
Hector Ramirez built his own micro-enterprise to pull himself and his family out of poverty. After receiving training and support from World Vision, Hector started a family business growing and selling coffee. His coffee is now sold in three communities in Honduras and will soon expand into a further two.
Growing up with a father addicted to drugs, Negina, 12, from Afghanistan, was forced to work alongside her mother from sunrise to sunset to provide for her five younger siblings.
children around the world are involved in child labour. It can be damaging to their health and …