Child Labour Report based on the 6th Ghana Living Standards Survey

This report, produced by the Ghana Statistical Service, focuses on Child Labour in Ghana and is based on the results obtained from the Ghana Living Standards Survey Round 6 (GLSS 6), a nation-wide household survey, which was conducted between October 2012 and October 2013. Important survey findings include that 21.8% of children aged 5-17 years were engaged in child labour, that a greater percentage of rural children were involved in child labour than were urban children, and that 14.2% of children covered in the survey were engaged in hazardous forms of child labour.

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