As part of the WorkerHealth project, the Evidence Project/Population Council conducted a comprehensive review of garment sector health interventions, particularly reproductive health (RH) and family planning (FP)–focused projects, in Cambodia during the last five years. The results from the review support WorkerHealth’s objective of enabling evidence-based decisionmaking and programming related to the health and well-being of female garment factory workers in Cambodia, by documenting the range of garment sector health interventions and identifying best practices and gaps in programming and evaluation. This review identified a number of priority actions for current and future garment sector health interventions to consider in order to achieve the greatest impact on worker health, especially on RH and FP.
Heng, Molyaneth and Ashish Bajracharya. 2017. "Garment sector health interventions in Cambodia: A comprehensive review," Research report. Phnom Penh: Population Council, The Evidence Project.
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