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Cambodia Country Briefing

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Marcus Borley, Sabita Banerji IEH, Ethical Trading Initiative Norway 2018 The aim of this report is to provide a synthesis of publicly available data in a format that can be used by businesses and organisations that source
Turkey Country Briefing

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Marcus Borley, Erlend Olafsrud IEH, Ethical Trading Initiative Norway 2018 The aim of this report is to provide a synthesis of publicly available data in a format that can be used by businesses and organisations that source
Lessons from ETI Programmes - Tamil Nadu multi-stakeholder programme, southern India

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Not Specified 2015 This is an ongoing series of briefing notes about the lessons we are learning from our supply chain programme work. It is aimed at practitioners who
How to Make Compost

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Not Specified 2013
Male & Female Responsibilities in Tea Farming Communities, Kenya

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Not Specified 2015 Explanation of responsibility division between men and women - can be used in training exercises
Male & Female Responsibilities in Tea Farming Communities, Kenya

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Not Specified 2015 Explanation of responsibility division between men and women - can be used in training exercises
Training Manual: Food & Nutrition Security (Module 1,2 and 3)

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Not Specified 2015 This manual has been produced to support Mpanga and Rwenzori employees in providing nutrition training to workers and their families who live in
Reducing Energy Consumption at Tea Processing Factories (Kenya)

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Not Specified 2015 6 posters explaining how to reduce energy consumption at tea processing factories. posters are used in Kenya but examples can be used in other
Corporate Approaches to Addressing Modern Slavery

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Quintin Lake 2015 In October 2015, complying with the UK Modern Slavery Act became a legal requirement for at least 12,000 companies in the UK and around the world.
Living Wages in Global Supply Chains

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Not Specified 2015 This report aims to reposition the debate on living wages for companies within global supply chains. Instead of asking ‘how can I calculate living