After NIHR followed up on the work of the investment companies in charge of building model schools, it was noted that children under the age of 18 working in the work sites of these companies were exposed to risks that threaten their safety and physical security, despite the fact that all international conventions and laws related to labor stipulate that children under the age of 18 should not be employed, especially hard labor.




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