Child labour is a common mutiny in all developing countries. However, in 2000 the child labour has had a decrease from 246 million down to 168 million, which shows that all the charity work and awareness has made a big impact. Because we’re talking big numbers here a lot more needs to be done. The reason why child labour exists is because of families being poor, and parents don’t have a sufficient income to keep their families fed and clothed. Parents are then pressured to resort to what seems like their only choice and sell their children off. Although parents rarely wish to expose their children to danger, they may see no other alternative. All too often, both parents and young people are unaware of the risks involved.
The reason why children work can be divided broadly into “Supply” and “Demand” factors. The very fact that so many different factors are at play is one reason why there is no single solution, no magic recipe for putting an end to economies exploitation of children. The main reason why children start work instead of attending school, or leave school before completing their primary education, is that their families are poor and …show more content…
India, adults justify the involvement of children to do certain jobs which they can only do, which enable them to special attention to detail. Adults won’t be able do the same jobs as delicate as the kids have done the job.
To conclude my essay on child labour, I can gather that child labour are filled with a high poverty level. These children have no choice but to go and work because if they don’t they will starve and die. Child labour for these children is survival, there are no other chances for them. None of these children have the privilege of going to school and being able to go to a house at the end of a day. Most of these children work from the crack of dawn and don’t stop working till late into the