Child labour as vice has engaged the concerns of human rights activist globally due to its virus manifestation and consequence. In Kenya child labour take various forms. This study was motivated by the need to explain to the tendency within the sisal growing regions of Baringo County. The study was inform by several objective which include income levels of households providing child labour, levels of education of the household heads on decision to provide child labour to the sisal plantation and the socio-cultural factors of the households head. It was found that most of the children were engage due to a number of factors such as financial constrain, education lever of the household head, peer pressure of other children, cultural values among other. This affect the children several way negatively. This study should contribute to knowledge on child welfare and efforts to eradicate child labour. The study has established that association between child gender and decision to provide child labour is statistically significant. There is therefore need to develop strategies to end these factors.