You cannot exploit women in one country to empower them in another

You cannot exploit women in one country to empower them in another - OAT Baby Club
According to reports: In Bangladesh, 3.5 million workers in 4,825 factories produce goods for export to the global market. The majority, about 80% of workers, are women ages 18-35, earning 25 cents an hour in unsafe, cramped and hazardous work conditions. 

❓What can we do to support these women? How can we help to end the exploitation of women in international supply chains?

❗️The easiest first step is by not buying from unethical companies and fast fashion retail. This may take some research from our end 📚 but it’s worth it! 
Tips:

📝 It is a fair assumption that the cheaper the mass produced product/clothing, the higher chance women were exploited in making it.
📝 Companies that are doing things the “right way” are typically transparent about their production and broadcasting that fact as loud as they can.

Drop a 💚 in the comments if you believe that individual, thoughtful choices do make a difference!

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