Peer Educators are making important strides in fighting HIV in Lesotho's garment industry
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Tran Thi Trinh, a Vietnamese factory worker is determined to showcase what she and her fellow wheelchair users can do.
Poong In Vina garment factory in Vietnam is reaping the business benefits of having good compliance and systems.
With the majority of garment workers being young women, maternity rights at work are of great importance. In Lesotho, Better Work is striving to ensure that the needs and rights of pregnant workers are being met.
We look at the example of the Maliban factory in Jordan where an active worker-management committee is making changes happen.
Almost every garment worker owns a mobile phone. In Asia, Better Work is finding ways of using this new technology to bring important information to their fingertips.
Since opening in 2013, a workers’ centre at the Al Hassan Industrial Zone in Jordan has quickly become an important part of many lives
Better Work’s worker training portfolio includes sessions teaching workers how to make the most of their money. One of our staff follows the progress of a worker in Lesotho.
Q&A with Tobias Fischer, Development Sustainability Manager, H&M
Better Work Nicaragua are trying to help build a new generation of skilled supervisors who can build positive relationships with their workers to the betterment of the entire industry.
Worker-management health and safety committees are helping to make positive changes in Haiti's factories
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