End Child Labour in Agriculture
The course is designed to raise awareness and build knowledge among agricultural stakeholders about the importance of addressing child labour in agriculture, including livestock, forestry, fisheries and aquaculture. It aims to build specific skills, depending on work-related responsibilities and tasks and/or interests, by providing concrete ideas and guidance that can be applied in real life agricultural policy and programming situations.
This course includes a final assessment test. Successful completion of the test will allow you to print a certificate of completion.
Duration: 12 hours
The course is tailored to meet the information needs of:
- Agricultural policy-makers and advisors
- Agricultural programme designers and implementers
- Agricultural researchers
- Agricultural statisticians.
This course consists of 15 lessons, ranging from approximately 30 to 65 minutes duration, grouped into seven units:
- Unit 1 - Introduction to child labour in agriculture
- Unit 2 - Identifying and coordinating stakeholders
- Unit 3 - Assessing and generating data and knowledge
- Unit 4 - Incorporating child labour in policies and strategies
- Unit 5 - Addressing child labour in agricultural programmes
- Unit 6 - Monitoring, evaluating and reporting
- Unit 7 - Developing capacity and communicating effectively.
To access the course visit: https://elearning.fao.org/#/elc/en/course/CL