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Health status of the garment workers in Bangladesh

PratimaМ„ PaМ„la-MajumadaМ„ra

Health status of the garment workers in Bangladesh

by PratimaМ„ PaМ„la-MajumadaМ„ra

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Published by Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies in Dhaka .
Written in

    Places:
  • Bangladesh.
    • Subjects:
    • Clothing workers -- Health and hygiene -- Bangladesh.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 176-178).

      StatementPratima Paul-Majumder.
      SeriesProject report ;, 01, Project report (Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies) ;, 01.
      ContributionsBangladesh Institute of Development Studies.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD8039.C62 B366 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxvi, 178 p. :
      Number of Pages178
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3337198M
      ISBN 109843210735
      LC Control Number2004327884
      OCLC/WorldCa56095439

      It would be in the best interest of the western companies, the Bangladesh government, donor countries, aid agencies and consumer groups to provide more support to improve the health of garment workers which will ultimately benefit all stakeholders economically (in terms of productivity and profitability) by creating and preserving a healthy. The collapse of Rana Plaza, an eight-story garment factory in Savar, Bangladesh, killed over a thousand workers and injured hundreds more. This disaster exposed the brutal labor conditions of the global garment industry and revealed its failures as a competitive and self-regulating industry.

      The influx of millions of female workers to work at the garment factories has created unique health challenges, issues and needs that have mostly remained unstudied and unaddressed. This industry.   Workers in factories in Bangladesh making clothes for western firms continue to suffer from poor working conditions two years after a factory collapse that killed 1, people and prompted.

      CDC is working with icddr,b, MOHFW, Bangladesh’s Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock, Bangladesh’s Ministry of the Environment, and other One Health-Bangladesh partners (including scientists, veterinarians, physicians) to institutionalize a One Health framework for preventing, detecting, and responding to diseases at the animal-human. existing state of occupational safety and health in Bangladesh. A number of key informant interviews and focus group discussions have been carried out to draw on the primary information (see Annex 1 for an overview of the study design). The study is presented in four core sections. The next section provides theFile Size: 1MB.


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Health and Nutritional Status of Female Garment Workers in Bangladesh: A Critical Analysis Md. Riaduzzaman 1Lecturer and Head (In-Charge), Department of Law, Daffodil International University, Dhaka, Bangladesh ABSTRACT Garment industry is the main economic sector of Bangladesh.

This labor intensive sector has developed hereFile Size: KB. awareness about reproductive healthcare of female garment workers. Second, the female workers reported several health-related problems associated with their working environment.

The list includes, but not limited to, headache, eye irritation, backache and File Size: KB. Chowdhury and Ullah, () said that in Bangladesh, most of the garment workers" educational level is between class I-IV (38%) and between classes VI-X for about 28% in Chittagong district. The study reveals that the majority of the female workers in the garment sector suffer from the diseases like problems in bones, abortion complexity, dermatitis, back pain, eye stain, pruritus.

Health Status of the Garment Workers in Bangladesh, Author: Pratima Paul-MajumderNumber: 01(Price: Tk, US$) Total: 3 / Current Page: 1 of 1. Present Status of Garment workers in Bangladesh: An analysis Md Zafar Alam Bhuiyan Lecturer of Fashion Design & Assistant Proctor, Shanto-Mariam University of Creative Technology Dhaka, Bangladesh Abstract: Garments sector is the life blood of Bangladesh as the agricultural land has there been turned to a country of garments industries.

the country’s economy-The main strength of RMG sector in Bangladesh is poorly paid garment workers. This article depicts the wages level, age group, gender, family life and working hours of workers in RMG industries in Bangladesh.

It is notable that the living situation of garments workers may change last couple of years. To characterize the health status of selected garment and textile factory workers in Bangladesh using a workplace mobile health clinic. Methods A retrospective review of de-identified worker health information was performed using medical : Greta Solinap, Joseph Wawrzynski, Nazia Chowdhury, Hamza Zaman, Tanaz Abid, Tashreefa Amreen Hoque.

Status of Maternal Health: A Descriptive Study on Selected Garment Factories of Bangladesh Dr. Hoimonty Mazumder Independent Researcher, Postgraduate student, Department of Population Sciences, University of Dhaka Abstract: This study was conducted in 6 selected garment factories in Dhaka, Gazipur, Tangail and Savar city.

p>A cross-sectional study was conducted from January to June of to find out the occupational health hazards among the workers of different garment factories in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Paul-Majumder Pratima, Health Status of the Garment W orkers in Bangladesh: Findings from a Survey of Employers and Employees (Bangladesh Institute of Strategic Studies ).

Present Status of Garment workers in Bangladesh: An analysis. Garment Workers in Bangladesh: Economic, Social and Health Condition [Pratima Paul-Majumder, Salma Chaudhuri Zohir] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Books contents are arriving very soon. Keep watching this Marketplace for your desire books and enrich your collection. According to WHO (), “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of diseases or infirmity”. But Bangladeshi garment workers are unable to maintain any of the health condition prescribed by the WHO.

The garment worker in Bangladesh had to work from dawn to dusk in a confined. BGMEA (Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association) recognizes the fundamental rights of the workers, particularly access to healthcare facilities. On this spirit BGMEA runs 12 Health Centers for the garment workers and their families, provide pre –.

status of the garment workers are health care and disease, education, social security, attachment with labor union, overtime, savings/deposits, job security, working hours and the fringe benefits. The working conditions in this vital sector are also very poor. Bangladesh‟s RMG Cited by: 1.

workers in the garment industry in Bangladesh. The study identifies health issues affecting. female garment workers as a result of the nature of their work, working posture, and dust and.

Bangladesh has only ratified category or sector specific Conventions on OSH. The country has not ratified key international labour standards on OSH policy, namely the Promotional Framework for Occupational Safety and Health Convention, (No.

) and the Occupational Safety and Health Convention, (No). As a result their health suffers. Studies show that musculoskeletal problems, diseases of the respiratory system and eye, accidents, injuries, skin diseases, stress, insomnia, etc.

are all common among these workers. The ill health is compounded by various socioeconomic factors such as poverty, lack of education, poor working conditions, excess Cited by:   Workers in garment factories in Bangladesh, which have reopened despite a nationwide coronavirus lockdown, have said their lives are.

Bangladesh, in particular, which has been the site of one of the most effective campaigns of the globalized era to improve labor and safety conditions for garment workers.Huque R, Ahmed S, Jahan N A, Sultana N.

() Introduction of health insurance scheme for the improvement of health status of the garment workers in Bangladesh: a study of selected garment factories.

Research Report Dhaka, Bangladesh, Institute of Health Economics, University of Dhaka; World Health Organization.Health issues of RMG workers need attention Crisis management core committee decides to complete the disbursement of Eid festival allowance and salary of the month of May to the garment workers by.