The focus of this paper is, however, on the supply side of child labour, particularly on the use of child labour in the agricultural sector and the household sector where children are mainly employed by their parents.
Unlike most of the existing studies on child labour, this paper considers housework and non‐market works in the definition of child labour. (2008), "Child labour and school attendance: evidence from Bangladesh", International Journal of Social Economics, Vol.
The interventions used for this project include different modalities of CTP.
The sectoral outcomes were determined through a process of deliberation with the Global Education and Protection Clusters, and are based on broader sectoral outcomes, regardless of whether they had previously been delivered using CTP.
Limited evidence was found for other interventions, such as mixed-modalities, conditional cash transfers, conditional vouchers, restricted transfers and cash-for-work programmes.