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20 Apr 2016

Alliance for Bangladesh Workers Safety

Protecting and Empowering Bangladesh’s Garment Workers - Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety Progress Report, Apr 2016

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As of March 2016, 49.5 percent of all required factory repairs have been completed...According to Bangladesh Fire Service & Civil Defence, the number of res in RMG factories fell by almost 90 percent between 2012 and 2015. There were 250 garment factory res in Bangladesh in 2012—an average of ve res per week—taking the lives of 115 people. Last year, there were just 30 such res, none of which resulted in death. 

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3 years on from Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh - little improvements in health & safety conditions

Alliance for Bangladesh Workers Safety