HEAR THE STORIES OF THE WOMEN WHO MAKE OUR CLOTHES, YET STRUGGLE TO MAKE ENDS MEET.
“I can’t really reduce the usage of utilities at the moment because it’s so hot. I can cut down on other things but not water and electricity. I would also like to add, that yesterday the company has fired some workers without appropriate compensation. I tried to discuss with them yesterday but they haven’t given us an answer.”
– Noy, 45
Voices of Resilience: Rya’s Story In the bustling city of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, where the garment industry thrives, Rya begins her day as the alarm rings at 5 AM. Sharing a modest room with four other roommates near the garment factory where she works, Rya embraces her role as the breadwinner for her family. With…