The creation of national committees to design and implement a National Plan for the Eradication of Child Labor is one of the premises of the Cartagena Declaration.
To prevent and fight child and adolescent labor at any stage of tobacco production by means of formative processes, bearing in mind that they are individuals in a delicate condition of physical and intellectual development.
Strengthen the program through joint actions, partnerships and crediting with the network’s agents.
To promote professional training and development activities of the associated companies’ field teams, thereby making them facilitators and multipliers of the program’s mission and actions.
To adopt measures for raising awareness and ensuring full comprehension among integrated farmers with regards to the program’s actions and the fulfillment of legal measures related to child and adolescent protection.
To promote the program’s actions throughout society.
To produce knowledge on topics related to the rights of children and adolescents through analytical and theoretical instruments of social and economic evaluation.
To establish integrated communication policies and strategies between the program and the companies.
To develop educational development actions, thus complementing formal education, geared towards the development of entrepreneur skills among the rural youth, through partnerships with both public and private entities.
To develop educational, cultural and social activities, in an extra school shift, targeted at the integrated farmers’ children, thus enabling them to develop their capacities in their entirety, with the necessary skills for the exercise of citizenship and job training, in synchronicity with school, family and community.
To mobilize technical and financial resources intended to leverage and strengthen the educational projects carried out by public schools and social organizations.
To promote strengthening and oversight measures with regards to the quality of the pedagogical process and the participation of the integrated farmers’ children, aimed at providing equal conditions for them to attend and stay at school.
To align and integrate the associated companies’ educational and social projects to the mission and goal of the Growing Up Right program.