The International Labor Organization (ILO) has discharged its report on "Closure Child Labor, Forced Labor and Human Trafficking in Global Supply Chains".
The report discharged at Hilton Addis on Wednesday utilized information from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the International Labor Organization (ILO).
"Kid work is a worldwide wonder. To battle against it, we need to work with givers, representatives and governments to guarantee there is no abuse of youngsters – not exactly at the industrial facilities where the completed items are made yet all through the procedure, from the earliest starting point as far as possible," Country Director of ILO Ethiopia, Alexio Musindo, disclosed to The Reporter.
As indicated by the Minister of Labor and Social Affairs, Ergoge Tesfaye (PhD), a huge number of changes have occurred in the countries to help defend youngsters from abuse through the National Anti-Human Trafficking and Smuggling and Migrants Task Force.
"We have expanded our spending limit for work examination, raised the base period of work from 15 to 16 and keep on dispersing fundamental data to all on-screen characters, make access to training to youngsters", she said.
A quickly developing economy, 2025 is the year Ethiopia is set to turn into a center approaching country, notwithstanding all chances through it's the industrialization of its economy where the issue of youngster work stays an issue.