Child labor that revealing the emergence of moral, educational and health problems in developing countries.
In worldwide, Child labor has been an issue of unsolved problem, especially in underdeveloped countries. Since the industrial revolution began, child labor began with rapid growing industrialism. And now, it happens mostly in South Asia, Africa countries and Latin America. Canagarajah and Coulombe (1997) argued ILO (1996a) estimates put the prevalence of child labor as 250 million in the World, out of which 61 percent is in Asia, 32 percent in Africa and 7 percent in Latin America and in terms of child labor force participation rates Africa ranks highest with 33 percent in East Africa.
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