Mrs. Sat Lanch, the food vendor caring about hygiene and nutrition

Healthy Women, Health Workplace (HWHW) is the project implemented by CARE and funded by GSK to improve the sexual reproductive, maternal health (SRMH) and nutrition status of young, and urban factory workers.

Food vendor’s knowledge of food and nutrition and their change of habit are very important for worker and factory, so CARE has trained and coached around 118 food vendors on food hygiene and nutrition. Among them, Mrs. Sat Lanch is one of the trainees. Let us watch the short video to see how the change affects her life and others.

Please view the full video to see a part of our big achievement throughout the project.

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CARE is an international development organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring sustainable changes to their communities. 

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