Projects

Socially Marginalised Women

Projects under the Socially Marginalised Women program span a range of areas including sexual & reproductive health, dignified work, women's economic empowerment and preventing violence against women. 

 

Current projects

         Improve the health and well-being of garment and footwear factory workers in VF Corp’s                 strategic factories.

 

This project, Enhancing Women’s Voice to Stop Sexual Harassment, is working in four countries in the Mekong to address sexual harassment in the garment industry. The project will develop, test and adapt workplace models for the prevention of and response to sexual harassment in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam.

 

           Improve the sexual reproductive maternal health and nutrition of women in 19 garment                 factories in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

 

A project focusing on improving the knowledge and skills of young migrants working in garment factories.

 

         Working in four countries in the Mekong to address sexual harassment in the garment   

         industry. The project will develop, test ad adapt workplace models for the prevention of and

         response to sexual harassment in Cambodia and Vietnam. 

 

        To contribute to achieving the ACCESS program improving the sustainablity, quality and
        inclusiveness of services for persons with disabilities and for women affected by gender-

        based violence (GBV).

 

 

A selection of previous projects

 

 

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See this program in action
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