Partnership With Private Sector

Pouchen project

Corporate Health Partnership between Pou Chen group and Marie Stopes Vietnam

The project aims to improve access to critical health services for women factory workers in Vietnam

In Vietnam, garment and shoe manufacturing is a vital sector for skilled employment opportunities. The vast majority of workers in these factories are women. This partnership aims to improve access to critical health information and services in the workplace of Pou Yuen factory with 95,000 workers in which almost 80,000 are female workers. An increased demand for, and access to, high-quality health care amongst female workers will lead to improved health outcomes, promote better employee engagement and retention, and increase overall productivity.

Partnership aims

  1. Increase demand for and access to high-quality health care amongst female workers to improve health outcomes, promoting better employee engagement and retention, and increase overall productivity
  2. Improve the quality, range/scale and accessibility of health services for female workers at the Pou Yuen factory
  3. Leverage a multi-partner approach to maximise impact, efficiency, effectiveness and scalability of the model.

 

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