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Md. Naim Hasan Student
Jul 17, 2022
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El Salvador: a child who works hard in the fields and waits for the dream to come truePhoto Credit: World Vision wide-ranging planning wide-ranging planning Produced by "Business Team", the media group of Key Review Network, and sponsored by various brand units. Business and marketing related cooperation, welcome to contact us. Subscribe to authors Favorite this article The amount of a cup of coffee per month, support the birth of good ideas, and enjoy a better reading experience. support now What we want you to know is In El Salvador, poor families make child labor common. According to statistics, two-thirds of child laborer old picture restoration s work as farmers or hired labor, and their lives are difficult. But Giovanni's life has changed dramatically when he recently joined the World Vision Children's Funding program at the age of 11. According to a comprehensive report by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the International Labour Organization (ILO), there have been 8.4 million more child laborers worldwide in the past four years, reaching 160 million people. In El Salvador, two-thirds of child laborers live in rural areas, mainly working as farmers or hired labor, and 55 percent of the children are from poor families. W105-0045-008 Photo Credit: World Vision At the age of 11, Geovanni's small hands are covered with scars from careless use of tools during farming, and his cheeks are also sunburned from long-term farming work, but his eyes are still shining. "I started helping my grandfather in the corn field when I was 7 years old. During the harvest season last year, I started to work in other people's fields.
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