Child labour can be found everywhere, including in Malawi. The ILO’s Support for the National Action Plan to combat child labour in Malawi, called “SNAP” has made a positive difference in people’s attitudes. Pamela, who used to work as a child domestic worker, was removed from child labour and she is now enrolled in a formal youth technical institute recognized by the government, to pursue full training in carpentry. The ILO is working to secure space for former child labourers in centres run by the government, thus improving their lives and ensuring social protections for them. Pamela’s story illustrates a target of SDG 4: “by 2030 [provide] equal access to vocational training for the vulnerable, including persons with disabilities, indigenous peoples, and children in vulnerable situations.