More than 152 million children are forced into labor. Together we can restore their childhoods.

GoodWeave International launches pilot project in Bangladesh to provide apparel workers COVID-19 relief and uncover hidden supply chains

Project funded by UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)

Better Brick Nepal project achieves milestone: 10 brick kilns certified for 2020

Despite the challenges of operating during the pandemic, 10 brick kilns in Nepal were certified free of child, forced and bonded labor through the Better Brick Nepal (BBN) project on Sept. 4, 2020 by the Certification Committee. This is one more than last year. 

GoodWeave is partnering with Cadrys for its annual charity raffle. Enter to win this beautiful, handcrafted rug.

This year we’ve partnered with Cadrys—Australia’s oldest and leading antique, classic and contemporary rug company—to raffle off a stunning rug to a GoodWeave supporter! Tickets are available for purchase through October 2, 2020.

Hem Moktan: He Made It

Hem Moktan was 13 years old when he was rescued from a carpet factory in Kathmandu by a GoodWeave inspector. He was enrolled in GoodWeave’s transit home for rescued children where he received an education. He now works to protect other children and serves as Child Development Officer at Nepal GoodWeave Foundation. Hem’s story demonstrates how GoodWeave’s work transforms both global supply chains and individual lives. View both short and long versions of the film.

VIRTUAL EVENT RECORDING – COVID-19 and Child Labor: New Challenges and Steps to Ensure Protections for At-Risk Populations in the Supply Chain

COVID-19 Update and Response

As we all pull together to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and mitigate business disruptions, GoodWeave International has taken a number of steps to continue operations, as well as support workers, children and partner companies during this crisis.

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