Bridging The Gap – Building Bridges highlights the journey of Ms. Sotheary, her role in the frontline during the pandemic as a trainer, and how the Building Bridges Programmes have improved her working ways.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in increased difficulty in lives worldwide – uncertainty, fear and loneliness have been experienced by...
The male leadership programme has created a space for women to participate and voice out their concerns inside the factory. It upholds the core value of respecting the voice of all genders to create fairer, more productive, and inclusive workplaces.
Empowering factory employees to bring long-lasting changes to their workplaces
A public health campaign to lower the risk of COVID-19 on collective transportation
How greater opportunity has helped one woman demonstrate her potential and become a role model for others
Statement from the Project Advisory Committee of Better Factories Cambodia on its 49th Meeting
Better Factories Cambodia’s Annual Report 2018 highlights notable improvements in working conditions
Public reporting on key labour standards and conditions in the garment industry has seen significant improvement in labour standards compliance in important areas, according a new report released today.
On May 18th 2018, the Project Advisory Committee (PAC) of the ILO Better Factories Cambodia Programme met in Phnom Penh to provide input into the draft conclusions and recommendations of BFC’s independent mid-term evaluation.
Balancing paid work and family care is a major challenge for women workers in Cambodia’s garment sector but investing in practical solutions to enhance gender equality is good for business as well as for workers, their families and their communities.