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CAMBODIA: Child Labour Down in Apparel Sector, but Health and Safety Concerns Remain

While incidences of child labour in Cambodia are down, concerns remain with regard to a number of health and safety issues affecting workers in the garment sector, according to a new report by Better Factories Cambodia (BFC), an International Labour Organisation-backed agency set up in 2007 to monitor working conditions in the country.

While conceding that some improvements had been made over the last four years, following its collaboration with the Garment Manufacturers Association of Cambodia in investigating cases of non-compliance, the BFC concluded that a number of problems still needed to be addressed

For details, see CAMBODIA: Extended Monitoring of Garment Sector Called for Despite Renewal of BFC Mandate.

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