Child labour refers to the service of children in several works that deprives children of their early days, hampers with their talent to go to regular school, and that is spiritually, physically, socially or morally hazardous and harmful. In upward countries, with lofty poverty and poor schooling opportunities, child labour is still common. In 2010, sub-saharan Africa had the maximum rates of child labour, with some African nations witnessing over 50 percent of children aged 7–15 working. Global agriculture is the biggest employer of child labour.
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