Makeing bricks for child labor

Can you make a difference?

Children working all day.



For hundred years child labor has been a big problem with brick making. In many countries child labor is illegal but, child labor is still going on. The main places are Pakistani and Bangladesh. Children work in ruff condition. Most of children wake up at 5 in the morning and work till 8 at night. The conditions child work in are terrible. Children are suppose to stand in mud, dust, clay, ash,and dirt in knee high.Most debts in brick factions are 40,000 rupees (800$). Sometimes family's need more money so they might need a loan for 100,000 rupees (2,000$). They will have to stay there to work much longer. It is hard to pay off the debt because most brick factories charge for shelter, food, and water. Most factories pay 100 per day but, the expensive to live there.There are many ways you can help stop child labor. It needs to end. The first way is to donate food to a food shelter in your area. The next way would be to send letters to company's and tell them that your not going to buy anything from that company till the stop child labor. The last really good idea is to donate money to.

These are children that have been in children labor since they were 3.

What is happening

Me at children wake up at 5 in the morning and work till 8 at night. The conditions child work in are terrible. Child are suppose to stand in mud, dust, clay, ash,and dirt in knee high.

Where is this happening

There are many places in the world with brick child making. They are Afghanistan, Burma, China, India, Nepal, North Korea, and Pakistan; and child labor in Afghanistan, Argentina, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Burma, Cambodia, China, Columbia (clay), Ecuador, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Paraguay, Peru, Uganda and Vietnam. Most children work 8-12 hours for there financele needs. Within USA bricks is the most common good sold and used.

Donate to help END child labor

Global giving is a donating website that gives books to children in India. There goal is to get up too 25,000$.
India brick industry Calls to improve working conditions

Bibliography

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"Children Work in Brick Factories to Help Pay off Family Debts." IRIN. N.p., 07 Apr. 2008. Web. 24 Feb. 2016.