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2014_ARISE_AR_thumb.jpg ARISE Annual Review 2014
2013_ARISE_AR_thumb.jpg ARISE Annual Review 2013

Fast facts - achievements 2014

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Fast facts - achievements 2013

Objective 1: Improvements in education, opportunity, and awareness

Brazil

  • 1449 children benefited from the improvements provided to schools
  • 1013 children benefited from the More Education Program
  • 663 children prevented from child labor
  • 573 children and youth enrolled in formal and informal education programs
  • 100 teachers of municipal schools in Arroio do Tigre were trained in participatory awareness raising on child labor through arts and education mainstreaming

Malawi

  • 2408 children and youth enrolled in formal and informal education programs
  • 1578 children prevented from child labor
  • 1162 community members educated on child labor
  • 830 children withdrawn from child labor

Objective 2: Increase economic empowerment

Brazil

  • 191 households with improved livelihoods
  • 355 mothers gained access to income-generating activities and conditional capital investments 

Malawi

  • 785 households with improve livelihoods
  • 173 mothers gained access to income-generating activities and conditional capital investments
  • 500 youth attended Model Farm Schools

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WHAT WE DO

Our activities

Our activities aim to address the underlying root causes of child labor in the tobacco industry.

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WHERE WE WORK

Brazil, Malawi, and Zambia

We reach thousands of children and their families.

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WHAT IS CHILD LABOR?

We use the ILO definition

Not all work done by children should be classified as child labor that is to be targeted for elimination.

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