The ILO believes that child labour is harmful to children and society. Consequently, the organization has programmes to eliminate it across the globe. One of the strategies used in the struggle is to make education and training available for children. This book examines such a programme implemented-Kenya between 1999 and 2006. The study concluded that though the projects were helpful in getting children to school, it is necessary to increase the resources and also support teachers, parents and guardians for substantial improvement in learning achievement. It is this social support that is crucial in keeping children in school and training institutions and therefore eliminating child labour. Some of the recommendations of the study were that members of the child labour committee should be trained on project management and children rights; resources should be increased to ensure meaningful interventions and those additional resources to be mobilized to initiate measures that would ensure continued support to children beyond primary education. To ensure sustainability, it is also recommended that projects be mainstreamed into ongoing Government programmes.