The Agony Of Child Labor Trafficking In Kenya: Sharon’s untold suffering as a labourer and househelp at 14

The Agony Of Child Labor Trafficking In Kenya: Sharon’s untold suffering as a labourer and househelp at 14

Sep 15, 2020 COLUMNS by admin
A child labourer washes dishes at a house/AFP

Sharon (not her real name) left her home in Western Kenya in 2017 to live with her paternal aunt in Nairobi.

Her mother was happy that her daughter could finally join a good school in the city with the help of a ‘doting’ aunt.

The opportunity came at the right time, when Sharon’s mother could barely afford her school fees, being a sole breadwinner after her father became an alcoholic. WoN Chairperson Judie Kaberia writes on Capital FM. Click here for more.

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