Tackling health education in Cambodia's garment factories

In late 2014 a number of key policy and decision makers from the USA and Australia visited Cambodia to learn more about the impact of foreign assistance funding on the lives of those CARE works with.

Representative Mike Quigley spent time at a garment factory on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, where he witnessed a health awareness session from CARE's Sewing for a Brighter Future project. He spoke with Navy, a young woman working at the factory, to learn more about how the learning she has gained from CARE has affected both her life and that of her 6-year-old daughter.

Watch the video to see more of what he learned.

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