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MJF is implementing a three-year Project, Jukta Hoe Mukto (United We Stand) in partnership with Terre des Hommes Italia and funded by the EU to increase the skills of young women and adolescent girls to make informed choices on safe migration, working in the readymade garments sector and other realms of their own lives (child care, health, safety and protection, alternative income generation options).

The Project is expected to contribute to bringing a positive situation, where adolescent girls and young women working in the readymade garments sector experience safe, secure and enabling working environment. Working group leaders and members and the mid-level management staff, within the targeted garment factories, will practice an enabling environment where organized workers will be allowed to regularly dialogue and negotiate with the factorie’s management as well as to carry out peaceful conflicts resolution, in line with the Bangladesh Labour Law (2006) and its successive amendments (2012 and 2013).

 Implementing Area: Khulna, Satkhira, Bagerhat, Jessore Districts and Dhaka City Corporation slum areas of Bangladesh
 Project Duration: 1 February 2016 to 31 January 2019
 Population Coverage: 540 adolescent girls and young women
 Number of Implementing Partners: 2 PNGOs
Promoting human rights and good governance