In Zambia, we focused on the prevalence of female-headed households, whose average monthly income is less than half of that of male-headed householders, thus creating greater vulnerability to turn to ... Read More
Poverty is typically the root cause of child labour. In Kyrgyzstan we’re providing direct financial support to poor families and improving the living standards of farmers in project districts. Read More
In the Philippines, involving children in tobacco growing was a part of normal family activities. Organizing committees, bolstering policies, and providing livelihood assistance were needed to educate communities and keep ... Read More
Founded in 2001, we are a partnership of farmers, trade unions, and companies dedicated to protecting children from child labour wherever tobacco is grown. Our board of directors represents the International Tobacco Growers’ Association; the International Union of Food, Agriculture, Hotel, Restaurant, Catering, Tobacco, and Allied Workers’ Association; and the major tobacco companies. The International Labour Organization (ILO) is a crucial advisor to the board and our work.