Labor and Employment

NSO and ILO-IPEC set to present final results of the latest survey on children

The National Statistics Office (NSO) in cooperation with the International Labour Organization-International Programme for the Elimination of Child Labor (ILO-IPEC) is set to present today, 10 October 2001, 8:30 AM, the highlights of the final results of the 2001 Survey on Children (SOC). It will be held at the Manansala Function Rooms A and B of Manila Galleria Suites, Ortigas Center, Pasig City. The national data dissemination activity is line with this year's celebrations of two significant events - the National Children's Month and the 13th National Statistics Month.

Statistics on Filipino Children (Results from the 1995 National Survey on Working Children)

An estimated 3.6 million children aged 5 - 17 had worked at anytime between August 1994 to July 1995. This was the latest estimate on the working children in the country based on the 1995 Survey of Children 5 - 17 Years Old. The survey was conducted by the National Statistics Office and the very first ever nationwide survey on working children conducted in the Philippines.


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