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Comprendre le travail des enfants au Mali

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    La présente étude, qui s’inscrit dans le cadre du Programme UCW au Mali, a pour but de fournir, d’une part, une vue d’ensemble du phénomène (son ampleur, ses caractéristiques, ses répercussions sur la santé et sur l’éducation des enfants) et, d’autre part, un panorama des efforts entrepris au niveau national pour le maîtriser. Notre travail répond à quatre grands objectifs du projet UCW dans le pays : (i) approfondir la compréhension du phénomène du travail des enfants et par là, appuyer la mise en œuvre de politiques et de programmes adéquats, (ii) promouvoir le débat politique sur le travail des enfants en tant que facteur de vulnérabilité sociale, (iii) analyser les relations entre abandon scolaire précoce, travail des enfants et performances futures sur le marché du travail et (iv) participer à l’établissement d’une capacité nationale de recherche, de collecte et d’analyse des données relatives au travail des enfants et à l’emploi des jeunes.

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    Paper provided by Understanding Children's Work (UCW Programme) in its series UCW Country Studies with number 13.

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    Date of creation: May 2009
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    Handle: RePEc:ucw:counst:13
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