Utilizing Research to Build Preventive Programming to Reduce Child Labour

Utilizing Research to Build Preventive Programming to Reduce Child Labour

This presentation highlights research results that helped the World Vision Lebanon team understand the perceptions and predictors that potentially drive children into child labour in the Lebanese fragile context to design preventive programming.

It provided the team with a snapshot in real-time to make evidence-informed decisions to prevent children from dropping out of school and become involved in child labour including its worst forms and hazardous household work. This research emerged as a result of CPHA Guidance on Child Labour in Emergencies as one of its purposes is to strengthen situational analysis and improve understanding of the present and future risks of children.

Presenters:

Mike Kirakossian, Child Protection Technical Specialist, World Vision Lebanon

Sarah Ghazarian, Research and Data Analyst, MEAL, World Vision Lebanon

This is a PowerPoint presentation for the 2021 Child Protection in Humanitarian Alliance Annual Meeting.