Rapid assessment: Child labour in the agricultural sector and in the urban informal sector in Jordan



This presentation summarizes the findings of ILO's 2014 Rapid Assessment of Child Labor in the agricultural sector and in the urban unformal sector in Jordan, including both Jordanian and Syria children. They key findings include:

  • Working children chances for going to school are less than other children, and if they attend school, it is mostly basic education;
  • Working children are more likely to have less educated parents;
  • Strong relationship between working children and being poor;
  • If you are a working child, you are more likely to feel exhausted, tired and be exposed to more health risks and injuries.

The assessment was also based on focus group discussions with labor inspectors and Syrian families. It includes an analysis of causes and effects of child labour.

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