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Female workers benefit from training on issues of pregnancy and contraception prenatal consultation, access to reproductive health services, and health care for those tested positive for HIV/AIDS.
Better Work business forum highlights the importance of a resilient COVID-19 recovery for Bangladesh’s RMG sector
Representatives from the world’s largest retail brands met with leading figures from the country’s ready-made garment (RMG) sector at a Bangladesh Virtual Business Forum on 28-29 October 2020.
Better Work Academy: building capacity and identifying long-term solutions.
We have seen dramatic changes in the garment sector in recent years. Trade wars and new trade agreements, technological shifts and changing consumption patterns, to name but a few. How far have we come in addressing these challenges and what’s in store as we enter 2020, and the second decade of Better Work?
The ILO in collaboration with UN Indonesia conducted a media visit to one of the ILO’s Better Work Indonesia’s garment factories in Semarang. The media visit provided insights and real experiences to Indonesian journalists about working lives in the garment sector.
Ridwan Kamil, Governor of West Java Province plan to strengthen the business competitiveness of the garment industry
Ridwan Kamil, Governor of West Java, participated in the interactive session of the ILO’s BWI annual Business Forum in Jakarta. He shared his vision and programme to continue strengthening the business competitiveness of the West Java Province.
Sustainability, innovation and expertise development are thus not an option but a must for the Bangladesh’s apparel industry.