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Levis-WWB-India

Posted On
Monday, February 22, 2021

Author

Shrirupa Sengupta

Manager, Communications

The Levis Worker Wellbeing Programme reaches over 15000 individuals in the garment supply chain across Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Hyderabad, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Punjab with the aim to improve the lives of the workers in the apparel sector. It stemmed out of a strong belief that ‘investment in worker well being enables a more conducive business environment, generating shared value for workers and factories. The program uses the Training of Trainers approach (that includes direct training of workers and management) to build capacities of selected workers and factory management on facilitation skills, training delivery, and life skills.

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