MADE IN CAMBODIA
A factory worker inspects the garments. Cambodia’s garment sector employs more than 650,000 people, it was worth more than US$5bn in exports in 2013, and accounts for 80 percent of the country’s exports.
Workers buy food in front of the factory at the end of their shift.
Garment workers are seeing shopping for cheap clothes outside the factory at the end of their shift. Cambodia’s garment sector employs more than 650,000 people. Most of them, women.
A truck fully loaded transports garment factory workers at the end of their shift. Cambodia’s garment sector employs more than 650,000 people. Most of them are women.
Garment factory workers pile up in trucks to make their daily journey to and from work. Kampong Speu, Cambodia.
A woman eats while she waits for her minivan to take her home after her shift at a garment factory in Kampong Speu province, Cambodia.
Cambodian armed forces search through the rubble for survivors after a building collapsed at Wing Star shoe factory killing two.
Cambodian armed forces clear the area in precaution for any further collapsing in Wing Star Factory, which collapsed killing two.
Wing Star shoe factory sources Japanese brand Asics. Shoe soles and tags are seeing on the rubble after a building collapsed killing two.
Demonstrators and police clash in front of Sabrina Factory. Workers had been on strike since May 25, 2013 demanding a US$5/month salary increase. June 03, 2013
Family and friends mourn the death of 22 year-old Reom Soroun, one of two factory workers who died after a building collapsed at Wing Star shoe factory. Soroun left behind his wife and newborn baby.
Reom Soroun, 22, died after a building collapsed at his factory, leaving his wife and newborn baby behind.
Garment Factory workers get ready to travel to Sabrina Factory to continue their strike, which started on May 25, 2013. They demand a $5/month salary increase.
Sabrina Garment Factory workers on strike demand a US$5/month salary increase. On May 27, 2013, workers clashed with police leaving several injured and causing two women to have miscarriages.
“We work under poor conditions, but we don’t want to leave because other factories are too far.” A factory worker shows her payslip. For weeks, workers demanded a $5/month salary increase.
Sabrina Garment Factory workers’ representatives negotiate their terms after days of strike requesting a US$5 salary increase.
Sabrina Factory workers protest in front of the factory’s gates. The workers had been on strike for weeks demanding a monthly salary increase of US$3.
A worker shouts through the factory’s gate demanding a US$3 salary increase.
“[The police] pushed me down and I started bleeding. Later the doctors told me I had lost my baby.” Oum Srey Saut, 20, was three-months pregnant when she lost her baby during clashes with the police at Sabrina Factory on May 27, 2013.