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COVID-19 heightens the risk of child labour. This is how we can tackle it

Sixty-percent of cocoa is grown in countries where child labour is still widespread. Image: REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon

Kunera Moore

Lead - Tackling Child Labor, Rainforest Alliance

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Global Estimates of Child Labour
Global Estimates of Child Labour Image: International Labour Organization
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Global Estimates of Child Labour Image: International Labour Organization
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