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The 2015 National Child Labour Survey (NCLS)

The 2015 National Child Labour Survey (NCLS) was designed to measure and monitor indicators on children’s work. It is intended to provide a basis for increasing public awareness of the problem, promoting the campaign against its practice, supporting the development of regulatory frameworks, policies, and formulation of appropriate intervention programmes.


The 2015 NCLS data collection was conducted from 27th September to 16th December, 2015. The questionnaires contained questions on the general labour force and working children. While the target population for child labour analysis cover all children in the age bracket from 5 to 17 years-old, the  ndings in this report are limited to children in urban and rural households. The 2015 NCLS interviewed 10,887 household-based children who were involved in economic and non- economic activities as well as non-working children.

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The 2015 National Child Labour Survey (NCLS) Main Report

Distribution of working children aged 5-17 years in Malawi, NCLS 2015

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