Central Data Catalog
Child Activities Survey 1999
Ministry of Labor, Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS)
March 29, 2019
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Global Evaluation of the Statistical Information and Monitoring Programme on Child Labour (SIMPOC)
Brezis S, Elise.
Population Dynamics and Economic Growth: Should We Model Differently Poor and Rich Countries?
Edmonds V, Eric.
Defining Child Labour: A review of the Definitions of Child Labour in Policy Research
The effects of HIV/Aids-related mortality on family structures in Namibia: selected case studies from namibian aids
Doctor of Philosophy , University of Namibia, 2009.
An Investigation of Living Conditions of Children Living with Terminally Ill Parents Due to HIV and AIDS: A Case Study in Havana Informal Settlement-Windhoek, Namibia
Thesis, Stellenbosch: University of Stellenbosch, 2010.
Child Labour: A Universal Problem from a Namibian Perspective
Children’s Rights in Namibia (2009).
Should Core Labour Standards Be Imposed Through International Trade Policy? An Assesment of the Debate on Globalisation and Labour Standards
Occasional Paper , no. 2/2002 (2002).
Nitsckhe, Jan, Reino Ihemba, and Loide Nekundi.
A Comparative Study of Orphans and Vulnerable Children Support between Rural and Urban Families in the Khomas and Oshana Regions
Ray, Ranjan, and Geoffrey J Lancaster.
Does Child Labour Affect School Attendence and School Performance?: Multi Country Evidence on SIMPOC Data
Between Adversity and Agency: Child and Youth-headed Households in Namibia
Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies 4, no. 3 (2009): 238-248.