Multi-sector alliance to eliminate worst forms of child labor in the agriculture sector


Overall objective: To contribute to the efforts of Jordan and Lebanon in respecting article 32 of the Convention of the Rights of the Child


1.       750 Vulnerable targeted boys and girls ( (375 girls, 375 boys- 600 Jordanians,150 Non-Jordanians) have decreased vulnerability to worst forms of child labour in the agricultural sector after receiving age appropriate and gender sensitive child protection, non/in formal education and livelihood opportunities.


2.       375 targeted caregivers (263 women, 112 men- 300 Jordanians, 75 Non-Jordanians) are willing and enabled to protect their children from WFCL after participating in Positive Parenting Programme and/or accessing livelihood alternatives.


3.       114 Local Development Committees (LDC), Child Protection Committees, Schools counsellors and communities are better enabled to prevent and respond to worst forms of child labour.


4.       The implementation of the National Action Plans (NAPs) against the worst forms of child labour of Jordan are supported to respond to this issue.


1.1: Structured Play and Psychosocial Support (PSS) methodologies are delivered to vulnerable boys and girls aged 6-9 and 10-17.

1.2: Plan’s Holistic Focused Psychosocial (FPSS) Life Skills Package is delivered to vulnerable boys and girls aged 10-17.

1.3: Boys and girls have access to quality child protection case management services and referrals to multi-sectoral support that meet their needs

1.4: Non-formal or Informal Education Curriculum is delivered to vulnerable children, and eligible children are referred to formal education.

1.5 Vulnerable Adolescents (16-17) are referred to or provided with relevant and sustainable livelihood opportunities.

2.1: Caregivers are referred to or provided with alternative relevant and sustainable livelihoods.

2.2: Caregivers are provided with guidance on child protection risks, including child labour, through Plan’s Child Labour Positive Parenting Programme.

3.1: Local development committee (LDC) trained on Plan’s Child Labour Prevention and Response Modules

3.2: Community-based child protection related initiatives on child labour in agriculture are carried out by child protection committees

3.3: School counsellors are trained to monitor and refer child labour cases and support at-risk children

4.1: Key government stakeholders at the sub-regional and local levels involved in the implementation of the Child Labour NAP are trained on Plan's Child Labour Prevention and Response Modules.

4.2: Advocacy and technical support provided through participation in the National Committee on Child Labour (NCCL)

4.3: Lessons and Evidence study on Forced Child Labour (within the context of the Syria crisis) is developed for the Action’s Inter-Agency Regional Workshop.


750 children (375 girls, 375 boys), 375 adults (263 women,112 men)