This report documents the use of child labour in artisanal and small-scale mines in Ghana’s Western, Central, and Ashanti Regions, focusing on unlicensed sites, which constitute the vast majority of mines. It also analyzes the measures that some gold traders and refiners take to avoid supporting child labour by buying gold mined with child labour.

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