Rice exporters organize training to protect rights of agri women’s children

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Staff Reporter

Islamabad

Top rice exporters of Pakistan on Thursday arranged a training workshop to train the women as well as rice millers to sensitize them regarding basic Juvenile rights of children of female agriculture workers, especially rice transplanters.
“We are providing best facilities for promoting decent working conditions for the rice transplanter women and their children in rice value chain from agro-fields to rice mills, said Zafar Iqbal, Country Manager of Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of Rice Partners Ltd (RPL), a rice exporting and philanthropic organization, addressing the training workshop here.
The organization including Rice Partners Ltd (RPL) in collaboration with Helvetas Pakistan organized the one day training workshop on “Promoting Decent Working Conditions to Ensure Sustainable Rice Production”, by Rice Partners Ltd (RPL), Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation here.

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