Child labor, Education and Poverty.


An essay focusing on Child labor, Education, and Poverty.

Appx. 1,000 words.



Child labor, despite being a violation of human rights, has been normalized in some contexts. In Ghana, a developing economy, children work on cocoa farms as part of the local workforce.[1] This is a sample case of how child labor in cocoa farms, mines, or production facilities has been normalized as a result of poverty. In the context of the communities doing this, the engagement of children in earning an income for the household is not only essential but encouraged as a means for survival.1 Notably, there is an almost cyclical relationship between child labor, lack of education, poverty, and economic performance…….. (buy to read more).

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