PHNOM PENH, Cambodia – On 22 June 2021, the Project Advisory Committee (PAC) of the ILO Better Factories Cambodia (BFC)...
Training MoLVT Officials to scale impact in the prevention of COVID-19
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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.
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Better Work response to COVID-19 pandemic in our country programmes.
Key findings on the results from a broad independent impact assessment study conducted by Tufts University on the impact of Better Factories Cambodia.
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.
They sustain a culture of learning and invest in better environments
The new programme was able to reduce road crashes at the five participating factories for the pilot phase by 77%