This partnership will allow for increased and improved access to a full range of digital financial services to those who lack access to traditional banking services, accelerating economic opportunities for low-income households and women-led microenterprises.

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This partnership provided training to 54,000 cotton farmers in Pakistan, supporting them to improve their farming practices and, with that, their profitability. Through its investment, the BCI gained a better foothold in the world’s fourth largest cotton producer and further built the commercial viability of the Better Cotton Standard. Cotton Australia provided its expertise on the back of Australia’s recent accreditation under the BCI.

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This partnership developed a financially sustainable, ethical fashion enterprise/label linked to global markets, supporting economic empowerment for rural women living in poverty.

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This partnership provided access to critical health information and services for female workers at the Pou Yuen factory in Vietnam, leading to improvements in worker health and wellbeing, reduced absenteeism, and a more engaged and supported workforce.

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This partnership ensured smallholder farmers in Kwale interested in growing cotton were equipped with the skills and training required to produce commercial quality cotton for sale into export markets and global supply chains, including Cotton on Group, securing local livelihoods and contributing to the future success of the cotton industry in Kenya.

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This partnership provided access to affordable and reliable solar energy solutions to off-grid households and small businesses in Papua New Guinea. The initiative released a range of reliable solar products into the market, providing sustainable alternatives to costly and inferior energy sources and enabling better access to, and connection with, the digital economy.

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This partnership is establishing community-based ecotourism in the southern ‘buffer zone’ of Chitwan National Park, providing significant business and employment opportunities for its residents, foreign exchange for the economy and new experiences for Intrepid travellers.

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This partnership encourages midwives to provide more frequent, timely and accurate nutrition counselling to mothers and greater access to micronutrient powders to fill the current gap of essential nutrients needed for optimal growth and development of young children (6-24 months) in the most vulnerable households.

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This partnership is establishing a Sustainable Tourism Hub comprised of a market and business advisory service and low interest investment revolving fund that combines business planning with seed/growth funding for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Myanmar’s tourism sector.

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