The Universal Declaration of Human Rights 10 states that ‘every organ of society’ should contribute to ensuring that human rights are observed and implemented. This of course includes the business community.
Child labor is defined as the recruitment, hiring and employment of workers under the minimum working age or the age of 15, whichever is higher. Protection of children’s rights is our number one priority to end practices that are harmful to children’s physical, mental, and moral development. Children are vulnerable to abuse and exploitation and thus require special protection. The worst forms of child labor are the most harmful kinds of child labor, and include: slavery, trafficking, selling of a child’s services for money, and other forms of forced labor involving children in hazardous work.
Child labor is a prime concern of our company and we have zero tolerance any of such misconducts. SOM INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP has not been ever implicated in child labor behavior of any kind in the past, based on fines or litigation records. The company staffs are all competent and qualified.
Company Female Labor Force Participation
We give respect and employment opportunities to women of all levels in Somalia which will at the same time contribute economic development and rising education among women. Our company is part of improving and growing economic opportunities for all women particularly women in Somalia.