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Gule

Yelburga

10

6.5

61

3

0

Balutaagi Thanda

-do-

5

3.5

33

3

0

Gogeri

-do-

4

3

28

4

0

Yerigiri

-kustigi-

1

1

11

8

2

Vanagiri

-do-

1

1

7

0

0

Hanumasagar

-do-

1

1

8

2

0

Chikkamannapur

Yelburga

3

2

18

2

0

Chodapur

-do-

2

1

7

0

0

Hosur

-do-

1

0.50

6

1

0

Abbegeri tanda

koppal

7

3.5

40

1

1

35

Findings from CCP field inspections data

23

219

24

3

The CCP teams conducted multiple rounds of joint field inspections during the season in 100 % of the farms in the Bayer production area. With regard to Monsanto 100% of the farms in AP and 43% of the farms in Tamilnadu were covered. While multiple rounds of field monitoring took place during the season in AP, only one round of inspections was carried out in Tamilnadu. Table 4 presents CCP data findings for Monsanto farms. According to CCP data the total number of children found during field inspections in AP is 615 and in Tamilnadu it is 190. The proportion of child labour to the total workforce is

Maldakal

Maldakal

3

2.75

22

2

0

Vitalapuram

-do-

3

2.75

28

2

0

Dasaripalli

-do-

2

1.50

15

3

0

Uligepalli

-do-

1

0.75

7

0

0

Nettampadu

Dharur

1

1

11

5

1

Yapadinne

Izaa

5

6.5

65

14

3

Jammichedu

Gadwall

1

1.25

9

1

0

Gudidoddi

Izaa

4

3.50

31

0

0

kallur

Kallur

1

2.75

24

0

0

Rajoli

Vaddapalli

1

1.25

10

2

0

4

Andhra Pradesh

Subtotal Karnataka

22

24

222

29

Table 3: Details of farms visited by the author and number of children found working in Bayer farms village No of farms survey ed Taluk/ma ndal Total area under production (acres) Total labour Total children (below 15 years) age doubtful (borderlin e) cases

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