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Here, we take a look into how a HERproject training program on menstrual hygiene has changed the lives of women in Himalayan villages in India.
To help close the financial inclusion gender gap, the private sector should support greater account ownership and usage among the women who make up the majority of workers in their supply chains.
Here are a few recommendations for companies looking to promote gender equality and sustainability in their operations and supply chains in China.
Brands, suppliers, and the development community can do these four things to further the empowerment of women workers in Bangladesh and elsewhere.
Applying a gender lens to resilience activities will help companies anticipate and recover from climate events and foster innovation.
This white paper explores the role of women in the jewelry supply chain and the challenges they face to their well-being and advancement.
The Women's Empowerment Principles (WEPs) Gap Analysis Tool was developed to give companies guidance on how to implement the WEPs. Here's how companies are using it one year after its launch.
This report examines the opportunity to expand financial inclusion for women in India’s garment sector by increasing women’s access to and use of mobile financial products and services.
Rising temperatures and more frequent flooding events are likely to increase with climate change, and in Bangladesh, this will affect the lives of the 4 million people working in the garment industry, who are disproportionately women.
In 2014, ANN made its 100,000 Women Commitment to empower 100,000 women working in its global supply chain. Here's the story of how it achieved this milestone.
Through its work with BSR and participation in BSR’s HERproject, ANN was able to set—and achieve—its commitment to empower 100,000 women in its global supply chain community between 2012 and 2018.