2 edition of Coming to grips with rural child work found in the catalog.
Coming to grips with rural child work
Written in English
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Consultative Workshop on Food Insecurity and Child Work in Rural India ( India International Centre). Coming to grips with rural child work. New Delhi: Institute for Human Development & United Nations World Food Programme: Distributed by Manohar Publishers and Distributors, (OCoLC) Material Type.
The second is to create an income stream for small rural communities located off the main tourist tracks. Individual landowners will determine the rents, but rates are likely to.
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"The economy is coming back but it’s a blue-collar town. Coming to Grips with Rural Child Work. Nira Ramachandran and Lionel Massun.
Published by Institute for HD & UNWFP. ISBN ISBN Used. Food security and child work in rural India/G. Daly, D. Bhattacharyya and B.P. Dash. Bringing rural child workers to school: seasonal and cultural constraints/Pierre Spitz. Coming to Grips with Rural Child Work.
A Food Security Approach by Rira Ramachandran and Lionel Massun (editors); Institute for Human Development, New Delhi. MI man stolen as baby in coming to grips with news living under a different name in a small town in rural sold, whatever. Someone wanted a baby, not to murder a child.
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For Phub Zem Doya, living in the remote village of Singye in southwest Bhutan, water is a precious resource – one not to be taken for granted. In her village, climate change has led many water sources to dry up, causing shortages particularly during the dry winter season.
Until recently, having enough water for the family meant making several two-hour hikes uphill through.