Funds Available for Impact Evaluations on Child Labor Programs

To increase the collective knowledge base about successful approaches to
combatting child labor and forced labor, the Bureau for International Labor
Affairs has announced $10 million in funding for impact evaluations of
international programs that address child labor or forced labor. The
competitive solicitation bid seeks organizations that use randomized control
trials to evaluate programs that may directly or indirectly improve the lives
of victims of child labor or forced labor. The understanding gained through
these trials is intended to inform developers and implementers of programs and
government policies that seek to reduce child labor and forced labor.

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