IT is deeply disappointing that there are some countries which are still exploiting children.
These children are deprived of their childhood and interferes with their ability to attend school.
Exploitation is mentally, physically, socially and morally harmful to a child.
A report by risk analysis firm Maplecroft, which ranks 197 countries, identifies Eritrea, Somalia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Myanmar, Sudan, Afghanistan and Yemen as places where child labour is most prevalent.
The world should voice their concerns and ensure that this child labour is completely eradicated and ensure that all over the world children are effectively protected from child labour regardless of their backgrounds, status and circumstances.