Subsequently, child labor was included in the Sustainable Development Goals, 6 which explicitly calls for eradication of child labor by A study of child labour among school children and related factors in Pondicherry.
They reported that ACEs are risk factors for many adverse health outcomes. Other scholars too suggest that inflexible labour market, size of informal economy, inability of industries to scale up and lack of modern manufacturing technologies are major macroeconomic factors affecting demand and acceptability of child labour.
Because of this it is informative to study child labour specifically when it is coupled with absence from school. The ILO tends to report figures of economically active children for the broadest age bracket years of age.
Thevanithi Dass, Director of the Department of Education, Puducherry, for having given permission to conduct the study; and to the principals, teachers and especially the students who participated in the study.
Conclusion and recommendations Child labor remains a major public health concern in LMICs, being associated with adverse physical and mental health outcomes. Giornale degli economisti e Annali di economia : With a low population, agricultural productivity was higher and families did not face starvation as in established industrialised countries.