Child labour

Child labour
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  • Kids are taken without parent permision
  • Finally, I got the kid
  • vrooooom
  • Whats going on?
  • (kidnappers van)
  • Kids of all ages and cultures are forced to work without any schooling and even sometimes food and familys.
  • I want to go  home
  • STOP CRYING AND GET BACK TO WORK!
  • Kids are smuggled to borders in busses and across them on bikes
  • The kids and families of the kids are affected by child labour.
  • Eritrea, Somalia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Myanmar, Sudan, Afghanistan, Pakistan,  Zimbabwe and Yemen as the 10 places where child labour is most prevalent. the employment of children in an industry.
  • *snif snif*
  • The work is mentally and physically dangerous, work that interferes with their ability to go to school which can affect their income-earning potential as adults. The health and wellbeing of child labourers is at risk, and they can end up being trapped in a cycle of poverty.
  • zzzzzzzzz
  • Poverty is widely considered as the top reason why children work at inappropriate jobs for their ages. Children work because their parents are poor; they have to supplement the family income or provide unpaid labour. In some countries childrenare expected to work.
  • I wish we could affored for me not to work.
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