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Launched by Inter-
national Labor Organ-
ization (ILO) in 2002,
the World Day Against
Child Labour brings
attention to a global
issue that, according to
the ILO, involves more
than 120 million chil-
dren between the ages
of five and 14 around
Each year on June 12,
the World Day brings
employers and workers
society, as well as mil-
lions of people from
around the world to
highlight the plight of
child labourers and what
can be done to help
Despite being a
vibrant economic zone,
Asia Pacific is the region
with the largest inci-
dents of child labour,
with a reported 18.8 per
cent of the 650 million
working children around
Children around the
region are found to be
working in a broad range
of economic sectors,
from garment factories
in Bangladesh, to sug-
arcane plantations in
Cambodia, and fishing
boats in the Philippines.
Other sectors include
scavenging and domes-
Many factors influ-
ence the prevalence of
child labour, with pover-
ty being the root cause
of children having to
work. Multiple human-
identify education as the
most important compo-
nent in reducing the
rampant incidents of
Child labour endemic
around the globe
At just nine years old, this little boy helps his parents in counting and making sugar cane stacks in Chhoyk
Ranlyn works clearing land for her 'adopted family' in Omlaing, Cambodia. She
works for them in exchange for her father's debt.
Young Filipino boys who begin fishing from a young age aim to help alleviate
their families' poverty. The Phillipines is comprised of more than 7,000 islands
and fishing plays a significant part in the economy.
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