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Child labour in Ethiopia is one of the critical social problems that puts impact on the life and well being of children.
On the contrary, little researches has been done to deal with the nature, scope, magnitude and to identify the triggering or determinant factors.
The efforts made to establish sustainable intervention mechanisms to alleviate the problem of child labour are not also as such satisfactory.
The results of the research revealed that the concerned government bodies (especially the WYCA, the LSA, the local organizations, etc.) has been done little compared to the seriousness and long and short term effects of child labour on the life’s of the children in particular and the future educated human resource of the country at large.
As the research findings indicated, child labour is resulted from the cumulative effects of economic and socio-cultural factors as well as the nature of punishments against illicit brokers and abusive individuals.
Household poverty is identified as one significant factor for the prevalence of child labour in the studying areas.
Abebe Alewond Abate had graduated from Mekelle University his 1st degree in Civics and Ethical Education.
He had also collected his MA from AAU in Human Rights.
He has more than seven years experiences in teaching Human Rights, Political Philosophy, Constitution and Constitutional Development, and Introduction to Social Science Research.
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