|Title||Location||Grantee||Amount||Start Sort ascending||End|
|Enhancing Transparency and Accountability in Uzbekistan’s Cotton Industry
This project seeks to improve labor conditions and prevent forced labor in Uzbekistan’s cotton industry by strengthening workers’ and employers’ ability to promote adherence to international labor standards.
|Uzbekistan||American Center for International Labor Solidarity (Solidarity Center)||$2,000,000||08/26/2022||08/25/2024|
|CAPSA - Capacity Strengthening of Governments to Address Child Labor and/or Forced Labor, and Violations of Acceptable Conditions of Work in Sub-Saharan Africa
The CAPSA project seeks to build the capacity of the Governments of Kenya and Uganda to more effectively combat child labor, forced labor, and violations of acceptable conditions of work. It does this by helping the governments strengthen enforcement of their laws and regulations, improve assistance services for victims, and enhance coordination between law enforcement and social protection entities.
|Kenya||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$5,250,000||12/15/2019||01/30/2023|
|Senderos: Sembrando Derechos, Cosechando Mejores Futuros
Senderos — works with government, the private sector, and civil society to improve adherence to international standards on child labor, forced labor, occupational safety and health, and other acceptable conditions of work in the sugarcane and tobacco sectors in Jalisco and Nayarit. The project is building government capacity to enforce labor laws in agricultural supply chains, improving private sector awareness and compliance with labor laws, and increasing farmworkers’ knowledge of labor rights and grievances mechanisms.
|Against Child Exploitation (ACE) Project
ACE seeks to strengthen governments and communities in Asia to address the worst forms of child labor, including the online sexual exploitation of children, and promote acceptable conditions of work through a unified and participatory approach in the Philippines and Vietnam.
|Philippines, Vietnam||World Vision||$5,000,000||09/30/2019||09/30/2024|
|Improving Labor Law Enforcement in Guatemala
Promoting acceptable working conditions in trade partner countries helps the U.S. create a fair playing field for its own workforce and for U.S. companies that play by the rules. This project seeks to ensure that workers in the agricultural export sector in Guatemala, with whom the U.S. has a free trade agreement, receive at least the minimum wage, work within legal hours of work limits, receive due compensation for overtime, and operate in a safe working environment.
|Guatemala||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$2,500,000||10/01/2018||03/01/2022|
|Implementing a Culture of Labor Compliance in Costa Rica's Agricultural Export Sector
This project will improve enforcement of minimum wage, hours of work and occupational safety and health laws in the agricultural export sector in Costa Rica. By strengthening legal and administrative mechanisms of enforcement while engaging employers and workers to improve compliance in the workplace, the project will help promote supply chains free of exploitative labor and a fair playing field for workers in the U.S. and around the world.
|Costa Rica||Foundation for Peace and Democracy (FUNPADEM)||$2,000,000||12/01/2017||11/30/2021|
|Reducing Incidence of Child Labor and Harmful Conditions of Work in Economic Strengthening Initiatives (RICHES)
The Reducing Incidence of Child Labor and Harmful Conditions of Work in Economic Strengthening Initiatives (RICHES) project integrated the issues of child labor alleviation and acceptable conditions of work into women’s economic empowerment initiatives. By putting a new toolkit directly in the hands of policymakers and service providers who work with women entrepreneurs, RICHES helped to ensure women-led enterprises can improve livelihoods responsibly without resorting to child labor or other harmful labor practices.
|El Salvador, Global, Philippines||Grameen Foundation||$401,400||12/01/2017||02/28/2022|