Climate change has been a threat to rural families’ livelihood which depends entirely on rainfall to grow their crops. Drought and natural disasters are very often seen happen in Palai, a small village in Sekong province of Laos, where a 14-year-old Eurn Rajvong grows up and lives with her big family. There are ten members in Rajvong’s family. As one of the eldest daughters, Rajvong held a responsibility to support her parents earning more income at a young age. Through personal experience working as a child labourer, Rajvong now becomes a youth advocate raising awareness to eliminate child labour in her village.