Priscilla Muthoni (Sweetwaters)

Hello everyone today I will talk about awareness.. Child trafficking is a offence that exploits girls and boys for numerous purposes is forced labor and sex. Child trafficking is profitable and often relate with criminal activity and corruption, it is hard to estimate how many children suffer, but trafficking and exploitation is an increasing risk to children around the world. Just after human trafficking occurs, children are often trafficked for commercial sexual exploitation like domestic...Read More...
Last Reply By Lauren Jang (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Here everyone, am back with a research of happens of child trafficking. Total of children found in child trafficking. The ILO estimates that 21 million people are trapped in forced labour or slavery. Of those, it says one in four are under the age of 18. The estimated number of children trafficked around the world is 5.5 million. They bear violence, exploitation and abuse and ending up in work, forced marriage, prostitution, begging and armed recruitment. ↑ Where does child trafficking...Read More...
Last Reply By Joelene Brewer (LFAS) · First Unread Post
Hey everyone am researching on solutions to end the child trafficking.. 1. Education More knowledge one has about what child sex trafficking it has the better prepared and equipped one is to stop it. Educate more about child sex trafficking. Share the information to others and educate them more. 2. RecognizeThe Signs One could pass by a victim of child sex trafficking and not realize it easy because of the signs . When one is able to recognize what a vict im signs are one can better help...Read More...
Last Reply By Mary Wambui (SWEETWATERS) · First Unread Post
Hae,everyone today I have researched on effects hope you will enjoy.. Effects of child trafficking Child trafficking can have long-lasting and devastating effects. Being kept captive or living or working in poor conditions can have a serious impact on a child's mental and physical health. They also be suffering from the effects of multiple forms of abuse and neglect . Children may feel distressed and alienated if they have been separated from their families, friends, communities and...Read More...
Last Reply By Maiya Callister (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hi everyone, today am talking about the source of child trafficking......... Economic factors Force entreat is a profitable practice in which exploiters are motivated by economic incentives. Most severe cases networks of children forced to beg may generate for the profiteer. Anti-Slavery International asserts that because this incomes relatively high many families believe it is the best option available given the lack of existing capabilities 2.Political factors Force entreat is commonly...Read More...
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Last Reply By Venus Seyedi (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Child Soldiers It is a manifestation of human trafficking when it involves the unlawful recruitment or use of children – through force, fraud, or coercion – as combatants or for labor or sexual exploitation by armed. Young girls can be forced to marry or have sex with male solders.In Both male and female child soldiers are often sexually abused and are at high risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases. Sex Trafficking When an adult is threatened, forced, or deceived into the sex...Read More...
Last Reply By Sophie Holland (LFAS) · First Unread Post
Hae,everyone today am talking about child trafficking in child labour.. Child trafficking it is taking children out of their protective environment and preying on their vulnerability for the purpose of exploitation.The estimation of 980,000 to 1,225,000 children - both boys and girls - are in a forced labour as a result of trafficking. Smuggle in children ,internally in countries, across national borders and across continents is closely interlinked with the demand for cheap malleable and...Read More...
Last Reply By Samuel Mwangi · First Unread Post
Hey everyone today am talking about facts and statistics of child labor... What are the current laws on Child Labor? In the United Nations adopted the Convention on the Rights of a Child which was ratified by 193 countries. A child is defined as every human being below the age of 18 years, unless under the law applied to the child, majority is attained earlier. It led the Worst Forms Convention, signed by 151 countries, which ban the worst forms of child labor such as: Debt Bondage Child...Read More...
Last Reply By Inaya Bhimani (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hi, everyone,today am talking about solution of child labor.................. 1. Laws: Making laws that children will not work until they reach a certain age and makes it much easier to combat a culture of child labor. moreover, laws can be brought in to ensure that when teenagers do begin to work, they are not allowed to work beyond a certain maximum number of hours and they are paid a minimum wage. 2. Reduce poverty: When a family lives in poverty, they may end up sending their children...Read More...
Last Reply By Samuel Mwangi · First Unread Post
Poverty and overpopulation;;; People living in Poor families have more children, young children are forced to take up jobs.They put a financial burden on poverty-stricken families, and parents send their children to work to get extra income. Lack of education Poorer sections of society is also a leading cause for children to start working early.People do not about engaging their children in hazardous labor, and they are not aware of the harmful physical and mental trauma it can affect the...Read More...
Last Reply By Samuel Peter Shirazi (Tigithi) · First Unread Post
Children made up a huge portion of workers in factories and mines during the Industrial Revolution.Children worked as well as adults did because, using machines did not require much skill. Factory owners paid children less than they paid adults and get away with it, because children were not very bright. Even if they knew ,they were cheated out of money, they would not revolt because they were scared of the punishment they would get from their boss (like being whipped, etc.). Children were...Read More...
Last Reply By Sophie Holland (LFAS) · First Unread Post
Hi,everyone today am researching on effect of child labor to education. Education is a crucial component of effective effort to eliminate child labor. There are many interlinked clarification for child labor. No single factor can fully explain its persistence and, somehow in cases of growth. Ways in which different are caused, at different levels, interact with each other ultimately determines whether or not an individual child becomes a child laborer. Children's participation in the labor...Read More...
Last Reply By Onesmus Mwangi (Thome) · First Unread Post
Hi,everyone today i am talking about health measure in children working in child labor. Working form that are safely and healthy for adults may not be safe and healthy for children because of their manual differences. Risks may be greater for children at various stages of development and may have long-term effects.The main factors that may increase the health, safety, and developmental risk factors for children include: Match factory worker Rapid skeletal growth Development of organs and...Read More...
Last Reply By Heeva Chavoshi (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hey,everyone today am talking about challanges that children in child labor face. IlO'S second global report on child labor reported signifacant progress to fight against child labor.A visionary target is established by ILO, to elimination child labor in its worst forms by 2016.Although child labor continues to decline, it is at a slower pace.In new report says there was a reduction of just 3 per cent in child labor in period of 4 year covered by the global estimates. 215 million children...Read More...
Last Reply By Inaya Bhimani (Charles Best) · First Unread Post

Forms of child labour.

Priscilla Muthoni (Sweetwaters)
Hi, today i will be looking into types of child labour. Child labour is still alive and rampant in Kenya today attributed to by many factors like poverty,ignorance,cultural practices and exploitation. Economic exploitation of children is more wide spread.Children have been exposed and forced to join armed conflict and instructed to fight in the name of protecting the community and livestock. The economic exploitation of children is more often in some of our households today and some of us...Read More...
Last Reply By Hannah Wairimu (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post
Hey, everyone today I am taking about how child labor happens. It all include poverty,shortage of resources,scarce opportunities for decent employment, and lack of understanding about what child labor and why it can be harmful to children and to the social-economic development of communities and countries. Poverty of households. Households with low interest and salary that are living standards tend to invest less in their children's education and have a higher propensity to engage children...Read More...
Last Reply By Cynthia Mwahu · First Unread Post
Hey everyone, today i am talking about child labour in agriculture. Gender characters determine occupations and tasks undertake by boys and girls, the conditions and hours of work, and educational opportunities.Agriculture is still a significant form of child labor in both and girls.Boys are more likely to undertake activities in agriculture (62.8% for boys versus 37.2% for girls) and industry (68.5% for boys versus 31.5% for girls), girls out number in services (47.4% for boys versus 52.6%...Read More...
Last Reply By Wallace Wamboo (Tigithi school) · First Unread Post
Hey everyone, today I am talking about hazardous work in Brazil. Children aged 10 to 17 are in labor force work (3.58 million).The evidence of variety of negative outcomes for children engaged in hazardous work, comparison to children engaged in hazardous work, who are not employed and engaged in other type of work.Child labor in Brazil is large, it is not comprehensive and there are few studies on children's engagement in risky labor force work. Categories of work they do. Large number of...Read More...
Last Reply By Nasib Mohamed (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post
Hi everyone,today I am talking about hazardous work. Hazardous work is defined by Article 3 (d) of ILO convection concerning the prohibition and immediate action for elimination of worst forms of child labour It is work that is dangerous or unhealthy conditions that results in child being killed,or injured and made ill as a consequence of poor safety and health standards and working arrangements. Health problems caused by working as a child labour may not develop until the child is an...Read More...
Last Reply By Claire Njeri (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post
Hi everyone today I am talking about the rate at which child labour is rising. Child labour is rising around the world like in supply chain according to a new risky report from Maplecroft .Many countries have entrenched underage work practice that pose"extreme risks"to children, has jumped to 10 per cent in the year 2012.US has ranked to represent a"medium risk"alongside Cuba, Georgia and Kuwait. Global hike attributes to a deteriorating security situation worldwide and increasing financial...Read More...
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