While biking along Kalayaan-Guadalupe Area on a Sunday morning, I suddenly stopped because a group of laborers along the road captured my attention. They were busy hauling items into an unusually big and old blue truck. What’s more interesting is that among the group of laborers, the one on the top of the truck was the youngest, a young man. He seemed to be in charge of securing the top cover of the truck just before it leaves towards its destination. He was smiling and happy when I was taking a picture of him. He even joked to me that his picture might trend in social media. A proud and happy worker, but not realizing the dangers of his work. According to International Labour Organization, the term “child labour” is often defined as work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity, and that is harmful to physical and mental development. In a third world country like ours, hundreds more children risk of being pushed to into child labour due to the pandemic crisis. As poverty rises, schools close and the availability of social services decreases, more children are pushed into the workforce.