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Education to Combat Abusive Child Labor

Education to Combat Abusive Child Labor

In the area of child labor, BEPS uses both formal and nonformal education strategies to combat abusive child labor practices with a multi-sectoral approach. The child labor team aims to bring practical solutions that provide the most at-risk children and families with viable options.

BEPS has embarked on the crucial and essential pursuit of identifying and combating abusive child labor in developing countries. The child labor team has identified best practices in confronting this challenge through education. The child labor team has developed a strategy to reintegrate child soldiers in the Democratic Republic of Congo and is undertaking a pilot project to use education to combat abusive child labor in Honduras. A planning and analysis activity for anti-trafficking in Bulgaria and staging for a pilot project activity in Ghana are currently underway. BEPS child labor-related services are available at no cost to USAID missions.

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