Worshop. Human Trafficking: Situation of Children in Haiti Lourdes Edith Joseph CNEH Denver, June 30, 2014. Plan. 1. Situation of Children in Haiti (EFA, Homeless , etc.)
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Human Trafficking: Situation of Children in Haiti
Lourdes Edith Joseph
Denver, June 30, 2014
The lateststatisticsindicatethat 500,000 childrenfrom 6 through 12 are excludedfrom the education system
According to Haitian law, education is a state responsibility. In fact, 25% of schools are public.
Sources :Ministry of Social Affairs
Sources: Save The Children Haiti
1 - Those who have a home and go out to the streets to work. They do odd jobs such as: car wash, wipe car windows, handling
2 –Those who do not have a set home
They are among the children in conflict with the law.
Before the earthquake After the earthquake
Percentage of children attending school
3.5% 0.14 %
Sources: Pan-American Observatory for Disabled, Haiti
1 - Participation of CNEH in the conference on child labor in Berlin in October 2012
This conference was an opportunity to share the experiences of other members of the EI unions in the struggle for the elimination of child labor
2 – Organization in Port-au-Prince of a workshop on child labor with the help of EI and IPEC in January 2013
This workshop was attended by leader (s) of thirty teachers' associations affiliated to CNEH
3 –CNEH participated in the international conference on child labor in Brazil in October 2013
A workshop on the manual of EI to the unions has helped better understand the issue and have tools to make civil society aware of it.
CNEH began a national campaign for quality public education for all since November 2011.