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Published: November 20, 2022 (1 week ago)

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The government is using an information technology unit to support the drive, known as the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojna (“Prime Minister’s big bank for India”). Households are being encouraged to link savings accounts to their bank accounts to deepen the scheme’s reach and for now all five states are targetted, with Sikkim the only state where the account deposits are being made though the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development.

Administered by the World Bank, the Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC) is involved in the achievement of the poverty reduction and socio-economic empowerment of the rural poor and marginalized through a variety of fields, including land use and agricultural development, microfinance, governance, and gender equality. Its programs mainly focus on rural development, through innovative and participatory practices that enhance the quality of life of the rural poor, especially women. An important part of BRAC’s approach is community organizing, at the local level, to create powerful grassroots movement of poor and marginalized people that are empowered to effectively demand rights and secure economic and social justice.

A new report released by the U.S. State Department’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons calls Bangladesh’s weak legal framework and weak implementation of existing laws “an acute problem” that has allowed the country to become the fifth largest source of human trafficking worldwide.

This month’s report presents the findings of a yearlong investigation into the operation of a child garment factory in Bangladesh. The State Department report points to systemic abuses in the factory that include extreme child labor, overwork, physical and sexual abuse, deprivation of food, and extreme temperatures. The factory employs more than 500 children under the age of 18.

ADB’s Public Communications Policy 2011 requires the translation of the project data sheet (PDS) for all loan, grant, and project preparatory technical assistance projects with concept papers approved after 2 April 2012. PDSs are translated into relevant national language(s) at key project milestones to ensure that relevant project information is provided to affected people and other interested stakeholders. This document dated March 2018 is provided for the ADB project 42325-019 in Bangladesh.
The fact that Bangladesh holds much of the worlds garment industrys capital makes it incredibly valuable for companies such as Tesco, H&M, and most importantly, Walmart. In many ways, Bangladeshs garment industry provides a model for how capitalism operates in the Third World. The majority of the industrys work force is female. And as mentioned above, many of these women are forced to supplement their wages with another source of income to survive. Interestingly, both the film Made In Bangladesh and the documentary In the Veil (2002) explore the garment industrys dependence on child labor. However, these women labor alongside their adult female counterparts. In the United States, the focus on girls in the garment industry is due to a couple factors. Firstly, the vast majority of child labor in Bangladesh, with an estimated 60% of the working population ranging from ages 5 to 17 years old. Also, in the United States, the struggle for the abolition of child labor was in full swing in the late 19th century. Throughout the years, labor movements have gained momentum, resulting in many bills being passed, the first of which being the Federal Employers Liability Act in 1906. Accordingly, the garment industry began hiring a large amount of children to work in the factories, in particular when they were working together to complete larger orders. Currently, there is no systematic way for garment companies to ensure that all the child labor in Bangladesh is abolished. However, the the Stop Laborers Exploitation Act of 2003 will go into effect March 2006. Secondly, the labor issues in the garment industry are unique in the sense that they are only faced by female work-force. Therefore, the focus on child labor in the U.S. highlights the fact that it is primarily women who work in factories. As mentioned above, in Bangladesh, the vast majority of the work force is female. Therefore, women must participate in the struggle to fight for their rights.