Academic 1 January 2014

Mobilizing social capital to deal with child labour in cocoa production: The case of community child labour monitoring systems in Ghana

This paper sought to understand how the Government of Ghana’s Community Child Labour Monitoring System operates and its ability to mobilize or generate social capital to deal with the worst forms of child labour. The results indicate that Community Child Labour Monitoring is effective because volunteer members hold themselves accountable for children’s welfare.

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