Child labour is a global issue that affects millions of children around the world. It is estimated that there are currently 168 million child labourers globally.
Child labour can be defined as work done by children below the age of 15, which includes work in factories, mines, and on farms. This can also include work in other types of businesses or industries where children do not attend school or have no other opportunity to learn a skill.
The most common forms of child labour are domestic work and agricultural work.