I was born in Nigeria and was educated in Nigeria, USA and Australia. I am the founder and president of Christina-Mae Recruitment Consortium Australia and the author of the book "When Things Go Wrong: Concepts of Change". I am also the co-founder of Child Aid Survival and Development International (CASDI). As a freelance journalist, I have contributed to a number of professional journals and newspapers, as well as worked in a number of e-journalism projects. I have traveled extensively and currently call Australia and the USA home with extensive involvement in African Human Rights issues.
| Jul 13th, 2007
This is a very revealing article/study I hope some NGOs. out there see it.
HOPE, HOPE, & ONLY HOPE !!! Ibrahim K. Oyekanmi
| Aug 25th, 2007
I only hope the US congress will put in place a legislative control mechanism that will compel the chocolate companies to be actively involved in addressing the use of child labour in cocoa farms.
If that is done and the individual governments rise up to their duties of providing social amenitie like schools and hospitals, then we are likely to see compliance
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