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Browse resources put together by our private sector action team, including:

  • 2020 Progress Report

  • Country-level business cases 

  • The Guide

  • The One-Pager

  • The Framework 

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This 2020 Progress Report examines progress by 11 companies against their commitments to workplace women's health and empowerment made in 2019. 

This Framework provides a holistic approach for companies to go beyond compliance and embed women's health and empowerment in their policies, systems, and operations. It outlines specific actions, rationale, and resources for both buyers and suppliers in a four-step process.

This private sector action for workplace women's health and empowerment one-pager deftly outlines business case for investing in women's health and empowerment. 

  • This business case details cost packages, programs, and interventions that the apparel sector can implement to improve the health and well-being of their female supply chain workers in India.

  • This business case details cost packages, programs, and interventions that the agriculture sector can implement to improve the health and well-being of their female supply chain workers in Kenya.

  • This business case details cost packages, programs, and interventions that the apparel sector can implement to improve the health and well-being of their female supply chain workers in Kenya.

This private sector action for workplace women's health and empowerment guide outlines the business case for investing, which companies are already investing and where, and opportunities to take action. 

This summary from the Workplace Women's Health and Empowerment Regional Meeting in India focuses on the apparel sector and how companies can drive change on the health and well-being of their female workers in global supply chains.

This article describes how many companies, including several in the apparel sector, have already begun empowering workers in their supply chains through programs that provide access to reproductive health information and services.

By making a commitment, companies are pledging to act to improve the health and well-being of the workers making their products or providing their services. 

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