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Title: The effect of child labor on girls’ education a case study of tororo district
Authors: Angella, Akisa
Keywords: Child Labour
Girls’ education
Tororo district
Issue Date: Sep-2015
Publisher: Kampala international international: School Of Law
Abstract: This study is intended to analyze the impacts of child labour on safety and education of the children involved. The study also sought to critically assess the effectiveness of the existing strategies in tackling the causes of child labour. The research was conducted in Tororo Municipality as a representative of other small towns where there are numbers of child workers. Quantitative data techniques of research were used during the study and these included; interviews, questionnaires, and observation methods. Interviews were conducted on selected staff from the Uganda Police Force, MoGLSD, local communities and Business community. The information collected was organized according to five chapters in order to make meaningful presentations and discussions, conclusions and recommendations. The researeh findings collected revealed that child labour is still rampant in the urban informal sector. It is upon this background that the researcher called upon the Government of Uganda, associated NGO's, international organizations and the populace who remain incompatible in goals, to foster a sustainable child labour strategy in the fight against child labour. The research recommends that government that should develop a body of ethical principles against child labour, reduce barriers to attain education, be politically committed as well as foster the implementation of labour laws and policies.
Description: A research report submitted to the school of law in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the a ward of a diploma in law In Kampala international university
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