I'm saying that, in poor countries like Southeast Asia, children working to support their families is a commonplace thing. You see it all over the place. Half of your Nike shoes are made by children. It's just a fact of life in this world today. Labor laws protect children where label laws are enforced. I highly doubt you're going to find the labor laws being enforced in Cambodia or Thailand or Malaysia or places such as that.
There was a place in Cambodia where a relief organization, a church of some sort, when into a small village and put an end to all of the uncivilized economics that were going on there. Because of that, the economy came to a dead stop there. The people started getting hungry, so the relief organization brought in food. And it was that way for a couple of years. Then, the relief agency ran out of money and went home. You can imagine what happened next at that poor village that was heavily depended on the food coming from the relief organization that had left.