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Many wrong situations are happening in the world today Some we may know of and others we may not The reason that we do not know of some of these situations is because they are happening clear across the globe Many are happening in third world countries in Asia and Africa One of the wrong doings that stands out is child labour This stands out because making children work for ten or more hours a day with very little food is not morally correct What kind of people would do such a thing but just sitting here and reading about it and thinking That is just wrong is not going to change anything So despite all the wrong some people manage to make a differenceChild labour is a real problem today in our society Many children are taken from their homes and families to work in sweatshops and other factories Some children work 16 hours a day in cotton mills with very little food and in terrible conditions Some children are even taken from their families Their families sell them to factories so they can make a living A good example of this is about a boy named Jitti His parents sold him to a leather factory just so the family would survive This following quote was printed in CHILDVIEW by world Vision Canada February March 1995 Although he hates the job he cant quit because his family depends on his earnings Does that sound like Jittis family loves him Rosie Baroquillo is a nine-year-old child that works on a sugar cane field She has worked there for two years so that her family could buy food but the money that she earns is not enough to buy food Her father has dead because of this Child Workers in Asia CWA printed the following quote by Rosie in The Working World of Children It reads I am Rosie Baroquillo I started working on the sugar
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