Children Working in the Recycling Industry in Nepal: Child Labor Status Report

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The children who work in this labor sector are often runaways, orphans, abandoned children, and children of poor migrant families who do not have access to educational opportunities. This report highlights World Education's work with the Brighter Futures Program to assist child laborers in the recycling industry through nonformal education programs, curriculum development, scholarship aid, and vocational education. This booklet also covers major challenges faced, most successful approaches, and valuable lessons learned. Part of a series that comprises the final report for the Brighter Futures Program funded by the U.S. Department of Labor. World Education/Brighter Futures Program. 2009.

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