Rescued victims of child labor in India rarely receive state compensation, new data shows, as campaigners warned a government drive to boost support for slavery survivors was falling short.

In 2016, the Indian government set a target of rescuing 18 million workers from bondage by 2030, increased the amount of cash aid for survivors more than tenfold, and laid out specific provisions for child victims — which include land and housing.

Children who are found in exploitative jobs and recognized by officials as bonded labor victims — defined as those trapped in slavery by debt — receive 20,000 rupees ($265) post-rescue and up to 300,000 rupees if their traffickers are convicted.