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Child labour acts as a major hurdle for ensuring free, quality education for all children. Over 246 million girls and boys around the World are working instead of attending school and enjoying their childhood of which Nigeria account for about 6... More

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The prevalent of child laborers in Nigerian urban centers has remained a very intractable problem. Over the years, this phenomenon has changed both in form and characterization covering a wide range of work activities, such as domestic service,... More

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The purpose of the study was to establish baseline data on the situation of violence against children in Basic Education in Nigeria. Specifically, the objectives of the study were to determine the prevalence of the various types of violence... More

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Nigeria, a country rich in natural resources, has experienced robust economic growth since 2001. However, the degree to which this economic achievement has had an impact on progress in human development has been low. More than two-thirds of Nigeria... More
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Education is the key to national development and no development can take place without first developing the citizenry of the country, out-of-school/street children inclusive. The phenomenon of out-of-school/street children in Nigeria has not abated... More
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the associations of gender, ethnicity, urban-rural residence, and poverty, on children’s unpaid work. It examines whether the Nigerian experience parallels previous research in India and Latin... More