Women between the ages of 18–25 comprise the vast majority of workers making products for export from the developing world to the developed world. They often work in environments where access to information about reproductive health, as well as critical services, is lacking.

This project addressed the need for information and critical services through: 1) researching the health needs of women workers; 2) identifying innovative partnerships between business and civil society to address these needs; and 3) developing information and tools to spur the business community to more fully engage on these issues. The aim is to identify, replicate and scale up effective partnerships between business and civil society to improve reproductive health globally.

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