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Des enfants contraints aux durs travaux pour palier à la pénurie d’eau à Kinshasa

    Agée de moins de 15 ans, elle est transporte plus de 20 Kg sur sa tête. Ph. Kuhinia Carat   Par Kuhinia Carat Agés de..

February 26, 2016 with 0 Comments

Des étudiants s’adonnent à l’exploitation des mineurs pour leur fin à l’Université de Kinshasa

Ils sont de plus en plus nombreux, les enfants qui envahissent le Campus pour un gagne pain. Ph. Julie Masengu/JHR   Par Bokumugala..

February 22, 2016 with 0 Comments

Des enfants transportent des lourdes charges pour survivre

Deux jeunes garçons transporteurs dans le quartier Mapendo, populaire et commercial de la ville de Goma. ph. Elvis Katsana   Par..

November 6, 2015 with 0 Comments

When Household Chores become Human Rights Abuses

At eleven years old, Thema, a native of Kumasi, hopes to be a nurse when she grows up. Currently, however, she is employed wandering..

July 13, 2012 with 0 Comments

When beggars should be choosers – How the promise of remuneration is heading off freedom of movement and free choice of employment in Malawi

Not long after cutting their teeth, North American children are encouraged to call forward their dreams and consider the question, “What..

June 17, 2012

Ending Ghanaian child labour

Working children are everywhere in Accra. They collect the fares for trotros, mini-vans turned into buses. They stand in intersections,..

June 10, 2012 with 0 Comments

Child labour on the streets of Ghana: the issue with underaged street vendors

We go to malls for shopping convenience.  A hundred stores within walking distance of each other; you can spend a day at the mall and walk..

August 2, 2011 with 0 Comments

The little business people of Bolgatanga

Street children who hawk goods in Bolgatanga, the capital of Ghana’s Upper East region, have a hierarchy to climb if they want to make..

June 9, 2011 with 0 Comments

Youth migration: Child labour in Malawi

Video and text by Denis Calnan In Malawi today, jobs for children are shifting; traditionally, underage youth were employed on tea and..

May 9, 2011 with 0 Comments
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