MICA MINED BY CHILDREN FROM MADAGASCAR WITHOUT HINDRANCE IN EVERYDAY PRODUCTS

Mica from Madagascar is at least half won by minors aged 5-17 years. The working conditions are harsh and the children are constantly exposed to fine dust. 

MUCH GAINED AND MUCH TO DO: 30 YEARS OF THE UN CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD

It is beyond doubt that the lives of millions of children across the planet have improved since 1989. Children today are healthier, better nourished, more educated and more protected in law than at any point in human history. A good thing, considering they make up 30 percent of the world’s population.

ANNUAL REPORT 2018: MOVING TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE CHANGE

"Thanks to your support, we were able to make a world of difference to many children victim of child labour in the mica mines in India, child brides in India and Bangladesh, online sexual exploitation in Kenya and much more. - Carel Kok, CEO Terre des Hommes"