child rights

Payson Summer Institute course in Nepal: Improving the Quality of Life of Children


The first Summer Institute course in Nepal began on June 17th and concluded on June 28th. The course consisted of two weeks of lecture, site visits, individual research, and presentations. The course was taught by Dr. Elke de Buhr and was designed to study interventions targeted at improving the quality of life of children in Nepal while focusing on child health, child work, and the availability and quality of education.

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Survey Research on Child Labor in West African Cocoa Growing Areas

The purpose of this Cooperative Agreement financed by the U.S. Department of Labor is to:

1. develop population estimates for the prevalence of children working in the worst forms of child labor in the cocoa growing areas of Côte d'lvoire and Ghana based on data from Tulane University's earlier survey in 2008/2009,

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