Improving Working Conditions in the Ready-Made Garment Sector in Bangladesh (RMGP Programme)

The ready-made garment (RMG) industry in Bangladesh was hit by several fatal industrial accidents in 2012 and 2013, including the Rana Plaza collapse in April 2013.

In response, the ILO Programme on Improving Working Conditions in the Ready-Made Garment Sector funded by Canada, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom was launched in October 2013. Read more

Programme update

See activities and progress of the programme from July - December 2017.

Rebuilding lives with decent work

  1. Labour Inspectorate

    Bangladesh Labour Inspectorate goes digital with LIMA

  2. Safety at work

    10 tips on workplace safety

  3. Gender inclusion

    Women inspectors reach out to workers on the factory floor

  4. Labour inspectorate

    Introducing the Bangladesh labour inspectorate (animation)

  5. Labour inspectorate

    A stronger labour inspectorate for Bangladesh

  6. Foundational training

    A better trained labour inspectorate | Zannat Ara

  7. Foundational training

    A better trained labour inspectorate | Ujjal Deb

  8. Workplace safety

    All about safety committees

  9. Remediation

    The Remediation Coordination Cell for the Bangladesh garment industry (infographic)

  10. Our impact, their voices

    Refusing to throw in the towel on factory safety in Bangladesh

  11. Labour Inspector

    Lady inspectors take to two wheels

  12. Labour Inspector

    Learning labour court skills in Bangladesh

  13. Labour inspector

    Towards a safer RMG sector for Bangladesh

  14. Survivor's story

    A small shop built on big dreams

  15. Survivor's story

    From worker to owner

  16. Interview of Tuomo Poutiainen

    RMG programme update | February 2017

  17. Playlist

    Watch more videos from ILO TV Bangladesh