The Schooling Incentives Project Evaluation

2012

Schooling Incentives Project (SIP) was implemented under the ‘Research on Children Working in the Carpet Industry in India, Nepal and Pakistan’ with funding of US Department of Labor. The main objective of the project was to encouraging school enrollment and attendance and reducing child labor especially in the carpet sector. This Nepal chapter study of SIP was to improve the understanding of importance of schooling costs and available employment opportunities for child labor and schooling decision among the children associated with carpet producing establishments in Nepal. The study assesses the impact of educational initiatives aimed at children vulnerable to child labor in Nepal.

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