Garment workers in Cambodia are still struggling, and they need your help.
Last year companies manufacturing in the country, including H&M, Zara, Levi’s and GAP, made a combined total of more than 4.5 billion euros profit. But it’s come at a huge human cost.
According to the Clean Clothes campaign, Cambodia’s escalating living costs, including food, energy and housing, have left these workers in dire poverty. Workers producing clothes for our High Streets earn a basic wage of just 61 USD/month. It’s just not enough.
Find out more by watching the video below, and sign the Clean Clothes Campaign No More Excuses petition.