Ghana Country Study: A Country Report on a Study Commissioned by ILO-IPEC Under a Sub-regional Project on : Combating the Trafficking in Children for Labour Exploitation in West and Central Africa
African Centre for Human Development, 2000 - Child labor - 30 pages
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