Dignity factory workers producing shirts for overseas clients, in Accra, Ghana
Dignity factory workers producing shirts for overseas clients, in Accra, Ghana on October 13, 2015.
Dignity-DTRT, a garments factory in Accra, Ghana, employs 1,500 workers—75 percent of whom are women from low-income backgrounds. The company aims to enhance worker-factory relationships by providing free, good-quality meals, an in-house clinic, and efforts to create a social life for workers. Through the Skills Development Fund, the World Bank Group providing much-needed support for skills-development training for Dignity’s workers. Productivity levels have increased from the previous 30 percent to 72 percent.
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