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Is the delivery of services through government institutions, such as vocational training authorities, allowable under a Child Labor Elimination project?

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Is the delivery of services through government institutions, such as vocational training authorities, allowable under a Child Labor Elimination project?

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USDOL-funded projects are not intended to support activities that supplant the functions of the host government, such as teacher’s salaries, and operating expenses, government agencies’ personnel costs, or travel. Projects, however, can help to build the capacity of the government to increase access to education for working children and children at risk of entering work through support for activities such as teacher training, curriculum development, legislative reforms, or national action plans and policy development. Subcontracts with foreign government agencies may be awarded to provide direct services or undertake project activities, subject to applicable laws and only after a competitive procurement process has been conducted and no other entity in the country is able to provide these services. Grantees must receive prior USDOL approval before subcontracting to foreign government agencies for the provision of direct services.

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