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Title: Assesment of ciiild labour and its impact on th Education: the case of bai-iir dar town Kebeles
???metadata.dc.contributor.*???: Ermiyas Kostre (Ato)
Abebe, Alewond
Keywords: Child labor has been one of vibrator
Issue Date: Jun-2014
Publisher: Addis Ababa University
Abstract: Child labor has been one of'vibrator and pervasive social problem of Ethiopia. On the other hand, little research has been conducted on it to scrutinize the nature, magnitude, and its impact on primary education. Hence, the study examined the interplay between child labor and the attainment of primarily education _/or children whose age are between the age group of 6 tol4 in Bahir Dare town, Gishabay and Hidar I l kebeles. To underpín the concepts of child labour, the researcher undertaken the jour theories of child labour: labour market perspective, human capital perspective, social responsihr`lt`ty perspective and child certtered perspective. The researcher employed qualitative research method. In-depth interview, key informants interview, F DGs and observation were utilized to collect the necessary data, The finding of the research indicates that child labourers are not well aware of about their human (child rights) rights. The results of the study reveal that despite children deserves a special protection for their vulnerability; they are engaging in labour works and compelled to withdrawjro/n school. This greatly a/jects their' right to education. When children investea' rnore times on works, they have not get enough time to go school, for doing homework, an assignment, study, and rest. Therejore, investing more hours on work is potentially reducing the educational achievement of working children. Child labour has also significant impacts on the health condition, physical, mental, psychological development seljlesteem and selflconfidence of a child. Poverz)', peer pressure, lack of attitudinal change to consider child labour as other crirnes; ignorance o/'social responsibility, and lack ofconcern to see children as once own child accounts the rna/'org/transactor the prevalence ofchild labour' in the stuilying areas.
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