What Happens When A Tea Boy Becomes A CEO? It Makes Other Tea Boys Get Noticed

Question 1: Do you support child labour?
Of course, not. All of us resolutely believe that children should be at the school, playground or home, instead of having to go through the grind of earning a livelihood.

Question 2: What have you done about the child labour all around you?
Struggling to find answers, aren’t we?

Meet Chotu, the chaiwalla who became a CEO. He is all around us. But we ignore him. Watch this video, so you don’t turn a blind eye the next time.


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About: Video by Save The Children India – a non-profit organisation that envisions India as a child friendly nation.
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