Between Theory and Empirical Evidence: Pathways to good practices in building a child labour free Kenya

This report presents the theory and practice evidence of the project "Building Foundations for Child Labour Free Zones in Urban and Rural Kenya", which was the result of a partnership between CESVI, CEFA, and ANPPCAN Kenya Chapter.

Child labour victims are the silent majority within the child protection spectrum. Few programmes in Kenya currently address their special needs, even though they number over one million. The study on which this report is based focused on establishing child-labour-free zones in both rural and urban environments, while simultaneously engaging businesses to do the same.

This report offers a summary of knowledge and practice gained from the study; it reflects on roles and responsibilities of various actors to encourage ownership, coordination, and cooperation.

Published 2015-02-24

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Publisher
Publication year
2014
Author(s)
Ottolini, Diego
Format
pdf, 78p.
Rights
© CESVI
Region
East Africa
Country
Kenya
Content Type
Reports

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Publisher
Publication year
2014
Author(s)
Ottolini, Diego
Format
pdf, 78p.
Rights
© CESVI
Region
East Africa
Country
Kenya
Content Type
Reports