GPC Operations Cell: gpc[at]unhcr.org
Gender-Based Violence: chase[at]unfpa.org
Child Protection: rpouwels[at]unicef.org
Housing, Land and Property: jim.robinson[at]nrc.no
Mine Action: unmasgeneva[at]un.org
Adolescent boys (55%) and adolescent girls (48%) in South Sudan are most affected by child labor, according to KIs. 88% of reported child labor involves domestic work outside the home, 75% involves lifting of heavy objects, while 21% entails involvement in illicit and/or degrading activities. 69% of KIs reported child-headed households and lack of work opportunities for women as main contributing factors. School drop-out (84%) and psychosocial trauma (64%) are reported as most common effects of child labor.