Child labor

In 2015, Pakistan made a moderate advancement in efforts to eliminate the worst forms of child labor. The Provincial Government passed the Prohibition of Employment of Children Act and the Bonded Labor Systems (Abolition) Act. The Provincial Government of Punjab collaborated with the International Labor Organization to provide free education and books to the children of brick kiln workers. The Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, which criminalizes serious offenses against children, was passed by the National Assembly and is waiting for Senate approval. However, children in Pakistan are engaged in the worst forms of child labor, including in forced domestic work and bonded labor in brick kilns. Three Provincial Governments have not established a minimum working age, and the Federal minimum age for hazardous work falls short of international standards. Provincial Governments do not have the resources necessary to enforce laws prohibiting child labor, including its worst forms. We are doing efforts to reduce child labor in all sectors and motivation these children to come in school for getting education , there are big hurdles in this way to make it more possible but we are looking for physical and financial help to prevent this bad issue from the society.