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If you rescue even if ONE CHILD from his struggle , its worth saving 1000 lives.

If you rescue even if ONE CHILD from his struggle , its worth saving 1000 lives.

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    • ‘ THE POWER OF YOUTH HANDS’ TRUST PRESENTS ON CHILD LABOUR ABOLITION
    • During the Industrial Revolution , Young children were employed in production factories with dangerous, and often fatal, working conditi ons
    • An estimated 1.7 million children under the age of fifteen were employed in American industry by 1900. In 1910, over 2 million children in the same age group were employed in the United States .
    • PRESENT DAY Most child labor occurs in the informal sector, "selling many things on the streets, at work in agriculture or hidden away in houses
    • In 1997, research indicated that the number of child laborers in the silk-weaving industry in the district of Kanchipuram in India exceeded 40,000
    • According to the statistics given by Indian government there are 20 million child laborers in the country, while other agencies claim that it is 50 million.
    • On November 21, 2005, an Indian NGO activist Junked Khan with the help of the Labor Department and NGO Parham mounted the country's biggest ever raid for child labor rescue.
      • CAUSES FOR CHILD LABOUR
      • poverty,
      • parental illiteracy,
      • social apathy,
      • ignorance,
      • lack of education
      • exposure,
      • exploitation of cheap and unorganized labor
      • In India 14.4 % children between 10 and 14 years of age are employed in child labor.
    • Children in rural families who are ailing with poverty perceive their children as an income generating resource to supplement the family income.
    • The future of a community is in the well being of its children . It is important to remember that industrialization can afford to wait but youth cannot be captured for long. “ child is Father of the man”
    • "Fight for the Future of Young Lives. Who knows we may find the Next President working in a hotel. "World Revolves around the Children. Children's Future revolve around Education. Stop Child Labor
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