Paneles virtuales para sensibilizar y atender el trabajo infantil en el marco de la emergencia sanitaria World Vision impulsa espacios de conversación sobre trabajo infantil con el sector público para
Capacitación a Maestros para el Aprendizaje desde Casa Uno de los mayores retos que se han generado durante la pandemia por COVID-19 es el aprendizaje de las niñas, niños y
Coloquio Trabajo Digno en el Sector Agroindustrial World Vision logra amplia convocatoria al diálogo para analizar la situación de los jornaleros agrícolas en México. Acuerdan caminos para avanzar hacia mejores
Comunicado: Día Mundial Contra el Trabajo Infantil 2o2o Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil hacen un llamado a incrementar los esfuerzos para prevenir y erradicar el trabajo infantil y sus peores
In the period of the health emergency caused by COVID-19, the Campos de Esperanza program developed printed and digital materials to inform communities with difficult access to information.
Aiming at the promotion sharing good practices for improvement in productivity and management of Occupational Health and Safety, two exchanges of experience were carried out to identify productivity techniques, practices and innovations in the fields of sugarcane crops and coffee.
In order to address the problem of lack of jobs in the communities and provide work alternatives to adolescents who work in dangerous activities in the agricultural sector, young people between 15 and 17 years old and adults from beneficiary households are provided with the opportunity to access courses where they learn a job and start small businesses.
Training has been carried out for coffee producers, focused on four topics: nutrition of the coffee plantation, harvest with quality and health, prevention of risks in the coffee plantation and care of the coffee plantation to promote is to promote self-management of safety and health on farms .
Young people from agricultural communities were trained in artistic language management as a learning tool with children and adolescents.
During this harvest, 1,072 cutters participated in the "Harvest with quality in the cane cut" and "Occupational Safety and Health" training, and 462 workers attended the first aid course.
Comunicado: El Trabajo Decente para Adultos Contribuye a Eliminar el Trabajo Infantil en Campos Agrícolas Se deben fortalecer los programas sociales específicos para atender a las necesidades de las y
World Vision Mexico and ICAPET Oaxaca sign agreement for training in migrant farming communities
Veracruz, June 13, 2019 - In the framework of the World Day Against Child Labor, the 3rd Children's Drawing Contest was held to raise awareness of child labor in the sugarcane field.
JUNE 12; WORLD DAY AGAINST CHILD LABOR OBSERVATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CARE, PREVENTION AND ERADICATION
One of the clearest definitions of Child Labor is provided by the International Labor Organization (ILO) that states that "child labor"; It is all work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity, and that is detrimental to their physical and psychological development.
• Within the framework of the World Day Against Child Labor, World Vision Mexico carries out municipal and community actions to prevent child labor in agricultural communities