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Most products that a lot of the companies sell are products that millions and millions of children make children who are from ages four to fifteen Some children work for harder jobs that are only supposed to be done by adultsThese jobs include loading heavy bricks and sometimes-sharp bladesBut the thing is is that they only receive very little amount of money from their bosses we are not talking about 5 - 10 dollars they receive at least 10 cents a day maybe even none The kids who do these jobs do not attend school Child labor is happening worldwide For example it is happening in the Philippines There was a case of a 13-year-old boy His name was Dante He dropped out of school when he was in first grade though he always wanted to learn how to read and write He dropped out of school because his family did not have enough to eat Hes been a child worker in the region of Mindanao since he was seven He works for hazardous jobs like cutting sugar canes He risks loosing his hand everyday he works but only receives 150 pesos 350 for a seven-hour day Not very much correct The CNN interviewed the landowner of the sugar fields in the Northern Mindanao she stated The parents beg us to include their children to work wwwcnncom Several solutions have been tried in the past but some other solutions are being tested right now One such solution involved free public schooling these kidsneed to learn how to read and write so that they can have a future Some countries are working on this solution at this moment I think this solution is working some of the children in India are already out of child labor because of free public schooling something what Kailash Satyarthi anIndian childrens rights activistdid for these children httpaipe-cciorgeng
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