|Title||Location||Grantee||Amount||Start Sort ascending||End|
|All Hands in Kenya: Advancing Labor Standards through Cooperative Action||Kenya||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$3,000,000||12/01/2020||12/31/2024|
|Evidence to Action: Increasing the Impact of Research to Mobilize Efforts against Forced Labor
This project aims to promote increased use of forced labor research in policy and programmatic decision-making to help eliminate forced labor around the world. The project will achieve this by increasing knowledge through robust research on forced labor in the textile and garment sector and engaging decision makers and stakeholders to use this knowledge to take actions against forced labor.
|Argentina, Global, Madagascar||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$3,000,000||12/15/2019||12/14/2023|
The Sakriya project (Sakriya means "active" in Nepali) worked to build the capacity of Nepalese civil society to more effectively detect and combat forced child labor and other labor abuses in Nepal's brick, embroidery, and carpet weaving sectors. It leveraged partnerships across Nepal's child protection networks to facilitate access to services for survivors of labor abuses and to reduce the risk that adults and children will be forced into harmful work in these sectors.
|Improving Fire & General Building Safety for Bangladesh's Ready-Made Garment Sector (International Labor Organization)||Bangladesh||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$1,500,000||09/30/2013||09/30/2017|
|Improving Fire & General Building Safety for Bangladesh's Ready-Made Garment Workers - Solidarity Center||Bangladesh||Solidarity Center||$1,000,000||09/30/2013||09/30/2017|
|Strengthening Unions to Promote Vulnerable Workers' Rights in Peru||Peru||Solidarity Center||$1,000,000||12/31/2012||12/31/2014|
|Strengthening Worker Organizations in Haiti and Peru||Haiti, Peru||Solidarity Center||$2,200,000||12/31/2012||12/31/2014|
|Promoting Worker Rights and Competitiveness in Export Industries
This project will provide assistance to export industries to boost competitiveness and productivity by building better systems for factory-level human resource management (HRM), improving compliance with international labor standards and strengthening worker-management dialogue. In the initial stages, the project will focus on the textile and RMG industries, with a view to expanding into the food processing sector (subject to further information and scoping).
|Egypt||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$10,000,000||10/01/2011||09/30/2015|
|Labor Law Compliance - Garment Sector||Cambodia||International Labor Organization (ILO)||$1,675,000||09/29/2001||09/29/2007|