The overall objective of conducting rapid assessments of the worst forms of child labor in general and portering by children in particular was to identify the number of children under 18 years of age involved in the sector at the national and sub-regional levels as well as to assess the underlying socio-economic, cultural, and family-level factors driving children into portering within the context of local- and national-level labor and product market dynamics.
The primary objective of this rapid assessment study was to assess the situation of children working in teashops and restaurants in Nepal and estimate the incidence of child laborers within this sector. The survey was conducted in ten districts.
The rapid assessment research aims to update and analyze the extent and situation of domestic child labor in Nepal including incidence, type of work, work load, work time and working conditions. It also has described personal and family characteristics along with suggesting mechanisms to combat the problems.
The primary objectives of this rapid assessment study of child labor in the brick industry in Nepal were to characterize children working in brick factories and estimate the incidence of child laborers working in the brick industry. The rapid assessment survey was conducted in ten districts.
The key objective of this study is to provide updated information on the current situation of children in Nepal engaged in the mining sector using the rapid assessment methodology developed by ILO/UNICEF in 2000. In this rapid assessment, surveys have been conducted in 16 districts, using a sample size of 400. World Education, 2012.
The key objective of this rapid assessment research is to provide updated information on the current situation of children in Nepal engaged in the transport sector. The overall analysis of quantitative and qualitative data is primarily guided by the two major ILO Conventions, namely, UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), and Convention on Worst Form of Child Labor (WFCL).