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Child labor is the serious problem of many poor countries. What are the causes and main solutions?

Child labor is recognized as the worst form of exploitation of children. Child labor is pervasive problem in developing countries. The fundamental rights of child as survival, education, protection and development are grossly violated by child labor. The root cause of child labor is extreme poverty which forces the parents to employ their children for some extra money for daily living. This essay will highlight some compelling elements which suggest dimension of working children and to establish relation between poverty and child labor.
Children are employed in both formal and informal sectors. Among the occupations wherein children are engaged in work related to construction work, domestic work and small-scale industries. Some of the industries that depend on child labor are bangle making, power looms and manufacturing processes.
The negative impact on the physiological and psychological levels of children includes specific concerns of child labor and its consequences on mental health. It is worth nothing that one-third of children of the development world are failing to complete even 4 years of education. Poverty is considered as one of the contributory factors in child labor.
Education is very important part of development. Children who are drawn to child labor are basically driven because of economic deprivation, lack of schooling and engagement of family for daily needs. Schools are the platform for early intervention against child labor, as it restricts their participation in mental jobs. Child labor can be controlled by economic development increasing awareness and making education affordable across all level, and enforcement of anti-child labor law.
Focusing on gross roots strategies to mobilize communities against child labor and reintegration of child workers into their homes and schools has proven crucial to breaking the cycle of child labor. Substantial efforts are essential to eliminate disparities and ensure quality with equity. Successful implementation of the act would certainly go a long way in eradicating child labor.
Child labor
is recognized
as the worst form of exploitation of children. Child labor is pervasive problem in
developing countries
. The fundamental rights of child as survival,
education
, protection and development are
grossly
violated by child labor. The root cause of child labor is extreme poverty which forces the parents to employ their children for
some
extra money for daily living. This essay will highlight
some
compelling elements which suggest dimension of working children and to establish relation between poverty and child labor.

Children
are employed
in both formal and informal sectors. Among the occupations wherein children
are engaged
in work related to construction work, domestic work and
small
-scale industries.
Some of the
industries that depend on child labor are bangle making, power looms and manufacturing processes.

The
negative
impact on the physiological and psychological levels of children includes specific concerns of child labor and its consequences on mental health. It is worth nothing that one-third of children of the development world are failing to complete even 4 years of
education
. Poverty
is considered
as one of the contributory factors in child labor.

Education is
very
important
part of development. Children who
are drawn
to child labor are
basically
driven
because
of economic deprivation, lack of schooling and engagement of family for daily needs. Schools are the platform for early intervention against child labor, as it restricts their participation in mental jobs. Child labor can
be controlled
by economic development increasing awareness and making
education
affordable across all level, and enforcement of anti-child labor law.

Focusing on gross roots strategies to mobilize communities against child labor and reintegration of child workers into their homes and schools has proven crucial to breaking the cycle of child labor. Substantial efforts are essential to eliminate disparities and ensure quality with equity. Successful implementation of the act would
certainly
go a long way in eradicating child labor.

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