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  1. Forced child labour blights cocoa farms

    Ivory Coast: West Africa’s cocoa industry continues to use forced child labour despite nearly a decade of efforts to eliminate it, a US report by child exploitation monitors revealed yesterday.

    Academics at Tulane University said that hundreds of thousands of children are still involved in work on cocoa farms and are trafficked to Ivory Coast and Ghana.



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