Wal-Mart Stores Inc. on Thursday revealed the launch of a five-year program to empower 60,000 women who work in the factories it uses, teaching them critical life skills such as communication, hygiene, reproductive health, occupational health and safety.
“Through this program, women in the supply chain will receive the education and training they need to achieve greater success in their jobs and live a better life,” said Rajan Kamalanathan, vice president of Wal-Mart Ethical Sourcing.
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