Philippine Program Against Child Labor (PPACL) Partners
Child labor is a huge problem to be tackled by one agency alone. The Philippine Program Against Child Labor is a multi-agency movement of government and social partners working hand-in-hand to reach the target of reducing child labor in the country.
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- Advocacy Groups
- Employers' Organizations
- Workers' Organizations
- International Organizations
- Non-Government Organizations
- Private Institutions
Schools and education practitioners have very important roles to play in the fight against child labor, especially in making sure children stay in school and not at work.
Even informally-organized groups could help amplify our voice that says "No to Child Labor".
Responsible private institutions team up to join the call to end child labor and are in fact strong advocates for child-labor free industries.
With the collective bargaining power of the trade union and through its leadership, child labor could be effectively eradicated in the workplaces and in supply chain.
11 junGovernment agencies who are stakeholders to the PPACL.
Ever supportive, international organizations provide different kinds of assistance within their capacity.
Non-government organizations provide direct services to child laborers and their families.