Garment Worker Diaries


The Lives and Wages of


Garment Workers

The Garment Worker Diaries is a yearlong research project focused on the lives and wages of garment workers in Cambodia, Bangladesh and India.

Over 12 months, researchers will visit the same set of garment workers each week to learn about what garment workers earn and buy, how they spend their time each day, and what their working conditions are like.

This project is led by Microfinance Opportunities with local partners BRAC (Bangladesh), TNS (Cambodia), and Morsel Ltd. (India). C&A Foundation is providing financial support, and Fashion Revolution will use the research findings to advocate for changes in consumer and corporate behaviour and policy changes that improve the living and working conditions of garment workers everywhere.

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Garment Worker DIARIES IS A PROJECT BY MICROFINANCE OPPORTUNITIES, IN collaboration WITH FASHION REVOLUTION AND SUPPORTED BY C&A FOUNDATION

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