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[PDF] "Child Workers in Brick Factories: Causes and Consequences"

Author: Dr. Poch Bunnak, Centre for Population Studies at Royal University of Phnom Penh, Published on: 8 May 2008

As part of the campaign against the worst forms of child labour for the wellbeing of Cambodian children, LICADHO and World Vision Cambodia have commissioned the research team, led by Dr. Poch Bunnak, to conduct a study on children working in brick factories…Data were collected using interviewer-completed questionnaires from three main sources (132 child workers, 43 parents, and 15 brick factory owners ormanagers) from 26 brick factories. It is estimated that between 400 and 500 children work daily in these brick factories during the high labour-demand season.

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