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WIND of Change

More than one billion people worldwide earn their income from agriculture, working steadily to increase productivity and their standard of living. But farming brings risks that can undermine or even eliminate the gains hard won in the fields. From manual labour to machines, dangerous chemicals and unsanitary workplaces: farming families struggle with dangers at work and at home every day, but there's a WIND of change coming, as ILO TV reports.

Date issued: 05 February 2010
Size/duration: 00:12:29 (40.5 MB)

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Tags: agriculture, occupational safety and health, ILO Programme

Regions and countries covered: Senegal, Viet Nam, Kyrgyzstan

Unit responsible: Department of Communication (DCOMM)

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