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Company Response

10 Dec 2014


Walmart response

We have a focus on positively impacting our global supply chain, and we care about the men and women who work in it.  As you may know, Walmart is a founding member of the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety,  which launched the Bangladesh Worker Safety Initiative, a binding, five-year undertaking with the intent of improving safety in Bangladesh’s ready-made garment factories.  The collective support and work of numerous stakeholders, including the Government of Bangladesh and brands and factory owners, is driving change aimed at preventing fire and structural tragedies like those in the past...In addition to being a founding member of the Alliance, Walmart made a $3 million contribution to BRAC’s Bangladesh Humanitarian Fund...