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Asia
Tackling Child Labour and Modern Slavery in Asia

Tackling Child Labour and Modern Slavery in Asia

Overview of our work tackling child labour and modern slavery in Bangladesh, Nepal and Myanmar as members of the Department for International Development (DFID) Asia Child Labour consortium.

Sectors:
EducationEnterprise and trainingHealth and social welfare

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Bangladesh
Protecting the Children of Bangladeshi Garment Workers

Protecting the Children of Bangladeshi Garment Workers

Bangladesh is the world’s 2nd largest producer of clothes for high street retailers. There are 3.5 million people working in 5000 factories. 85% are women.

Sectors:
EducationEnterprise and trainingHealth and social welfareWomen and Girls

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Nepal
Preventing Child Trafficking & Modern Day Slavery in Nepal

Preventing Child Trafficking & Modern Day Slavery in Nepal

Preventing child trafficking & modern day slavery in Nepal. Human trafficking is a global threat to vulnerable women, children and men worldwide.

Sectors:
EducationEnterprise and trainingHealth and social welfareInnovation

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India
Supporting Street and Working Children in India

Supporting Street and Working Children in India

Children's charity supporting kids working & living on the streets of India. India has more children working in hazardous conditions than any other country

Sectors:
EducationEnterprise and trainingFinancial InclusionHealth and social welfareInnovation

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Ethiopia
Helping Ethiopia’s Poorest Girls get an Education

Helping Ethiopia’s Poorest Girls get an Education

Ethiopia has made much progress in ensuring all children get an education however, girls and disabled children still face huge barriers.

Sectors:
EducationEnterprise and trainingHealth and social welfareInnovationWomen and Girls

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Sierra Leone
Supporting Teenage Mothers in Sierra Leone

Supporting Teenage Mothers in Sierra Leone

In Sierra Leone, the prevalence of teenage pregnancy is gradually becoming a crisis. ChildHope supporting young women in Sierra Leone.

Sectors:
EducationEnterprise and trainingFinancial InclusionHealth and social welfareInnovationWomen and Girls

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Bangladesh
Healthy Futures for Bangladesh’s Child Waste Pickers

Healthy Futures for Bangladesh’s Child Waste Pickers

We ensure child waste pickers have the skills, rights awareness & aspirations needed to access life changing opportunities & improve their health.

Sectors:
EducationEnterprise and trainingHealth and social welfareWomen and Girls

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Kenya
Supporting Children Working on the Rubbish Dumps in Kenya

Supporting Children Working on the Rubbish Dumps in Kenya

Support girls and young women working on rubbish dumps in Kenya to develop skills and resourcefulness needed to build and secure a stable future.

Sectors:
EducationEnterprise and trainingFinancial InclusionHealth and social welfareInnovationWomen and Girls

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Uganda
From Sexual Exploitation to Education for Ugandan Children

From Sexual Exploitation to Education for Ugandan Children

Supporting girls vulnerable to poverty, gender discrimination, abuse at home, in schools and in communities which is forcing them into sexual exploitation.

Sectors:
EducationEnterprise and trainingHealth and social welfareInnovationWomen and Girls

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