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International Labor Grants: DOLäó»s Use of Financial and Performance Monitoring Tools Needs to Be Strengthened
Thomas Melito (au)
Millions of children worldwide are engaged in labor that hinders their development. Recent incidents, such a factory collapse in Bangladesh, have highlighted poor working conditions overseas. The Department of Laboräó»s (DOLäó»s) Bureau of International Labor Affairs' (ILAB's) child labor office and trade and labor office provide funding to improve working conditions by supporting worker rights and combating child labor, mainly through international and nongovernmental organizations. The child labor office obligated about $56 million and the trade and labor office obligated about $13.5 million in FY 2013. This report examines how ILAB (1) ensures the financial accountability of its technical assistance funds; (2) monitors the performance of its projects; and (3) evaluates its projects and uses the results of the evaluations. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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