Protecting children in Indian tea gardens
March 20, 2017
This UNICEF India video talks about a community-based child protection programme implemented across 167 tea gardens in three tea-intensive districts of upper Assam state. The initiative, in cooperation with local governments, hopes to address the cycle of social exclusion and inequity faced by children and adolescents in tea estates.
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