Situational Analysis of Child Domestic Labour in Panama

Situational Analysis of Child Domestic Labour in Panama

Published By: Global March Against Child Labour

Published Year: 2014

According to the 2012 Survey, 1,976 children below the minimum age work in the domestic service sector across the country, of which 304 are male and 1,672 female, in the age group 9 to 17. More girls than boys work as domestic workers during night shift, which is banned by law. They work mostly in hotels and restaurants, and private homes. (2010 Survey)
Girls work above 36 hours per week; they dedicate an average of 47.2 hours to work in private households as child domestic labourers. On an average, in the indigenous area, both boys and girls spend 69 hours in domestic service, 48.4 hours those in the rural area, and 45.5 in the 15-17 year old group. (2010 Survey)

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