intervention based on the notion that children were working because the parents were not able to earn adequate income. A second program, in Russia, was aimed at dysfunctional families, providing family counseling for families with alcoholic parents and so forth. The assumption here being that the problem was a family problem, more sort of sociology. Third, in Central Asia too often migration is a cause of child labor. When people migrate to pick cotton or some other product, they take their children with them and there are no schools around. “So it really depends on the logic model and getting that right. I think that is just a critical first step.”

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