Garment workers in Bangladesh: Meet the people who make your clothes





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Uploaded on Sep 21, 2007

Around the world, garment factories hum for up to 20 hours a day. Workers, most of them women, are bent over machines, cutting patterns and folding clothes for long hours in dismal conditions, and paid a fraction of a living wage for their troubles. In Bangladesh, men and women work in garment factories for 80-100 hours a week for 5p an hour, not earning enough to cover their basic expenses, let alone send money to the families they left behind in villages around the country.

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