ECLT in Indonesia

ECLT is committed to fight child labour in Indonesia.

  • 1 projects
  • 2 districts
  • 3 years of intervention
  • 1 national action plan

Since 2020 ECLT has supported

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children be withdrawn, protected and prevented from being involved in child labour.

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adults accessed training on child labour and livelihood-support activities.

What are we doing about it?

KESEMPATAN

ECLT-supported project KESEMPATAN adopted the child friendly village model to fight child labour in Indonesia

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child friendly villages formed where children can grow, learn and play in a safe environment

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parents learned about the dangers of child labour and how to safeguard their children

What are we doing about it?

Collaboration

Partnership in Action Against Child Labour in Agriculture (PAACLA) supported by ECLT brings together national and international businesses, civil society and the government to discuss the problem and find effective ways to fight child labour.

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members of PAACLA from civil society, private companies, and Government committed to advancing the fight against child labour

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ministries consulted and collaborated to synergise efforts to eliminate child labour and bring long-lasting change

What are we doing about it?

Success story

I aspire to create a child-friendly environment and to create a brighter future for Wakan.

Winda, Wakan village.

Child-friendly villages

Members of the child-friendly task force like Winda are making all the difference for children who live in rural and remote areas of Indonesia. Creating child friendly environments is a key component of the ECLT-supported KESEMPATAN project. They provide children is a safe and secure environment where all children can play, grow and learn with access to quality education.

These safe spaces also provide a platform for children's voices to be heard and accepted by adults. Creating a child friendly atmosphere within rural communities promotes local owership for long-lasting change in the fight against child labour.

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