The six thematic reports in this series are: (i) Economic Activity; (ii) Utilities and Amenities (water/sanitation/energy/housing/transport/ICT); (iii) Environment and Natural Resources; (iv) Gender; (v) Youth; (vi) Education.
The Rwandan labour market is predominated by agriculture (73%).A higher percentage of employed females is employed in agriculture (82%) compared to males (63%) and a higher percentage of employed persons in rural areas is farmers(83%) compared to those in urban areas (21%).
Non-agricultural occupations in urban areas were mainly services and sales workers and craft and related trades workers. Except for agricultural and clerical support workers, men predominated in all other occupations.
The 10 thematic reports in this series are: (i) Economic Activity; (ii) Utilities and Amenities (water/sanitation/energy/housing/transport/ICT); (iii) Social Protection; (iv) Environment and Natural Resources; (v) Consumption; (vi) Gender; (vii) Youth; (viii) Education; (ix) Agriculture and (x) Income.
This National Child Labour Survey conducted by National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda under technical and financial support of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) provides information required to understand the different aspects and dimensions of child labour, and serves as reference tool for stakeholders engaged in the field of the protection of child rights.The data provided by the survey will be useful not only for national and international stakeholders directly engaged in the fight against child labour but also for public admi