Uganda: More than 2 million children engaged in exploitative labour practices including in agribusiness & retail sectors, says columnist. Thirteen-year-old Bugembe is just one of more than 2 million children in Uganda who are currently being exploited as child laborers.
" We spend so much money on conventional war, climate change, and impassioned to save our planet yet pay so little to the detrimental problems destroying our world's future generations"
Yes, child labor exists everywhere in the world. It is estimated that there are 160 million children between the ages of 5 and 17 who are involved in child labor, and that number is only increasing. Child labor is most common in developing countries, but it also exists in developed countries.
There are many reasons why children are forced to work, including poverty, lack of education, and family pressure.
Children who work are often exposed to dangerous and hazardous conditions, and they may be denied an education.
Child labor can have a devastating impact on children's physical and mental health, and it can also prevent them from reaching their full potential.
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