The city of Jaipur in India has taken significant steps to fight child labor. Learn more about how you can get involved.
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CLFJ is a partnership between civil society organizations, local communities in the Indian state of Rajasthan, child rights activists, funding agencies, and leading businesses and industry organizations. Together, these stakeholders are fighting to end child labor in the historic city of Jaipur. Click the button above to learn more about this multi-stakeholder partnership and how you can get involved.
In this picture, courtesy of CLFJ's website, 125 children return home to the state of Bihar. Bihar is a major source center for exploited children in India. Photo taken in January of 2020.
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