The primary work of this has already been initiated by the Grameen organizations with the help of different other organizations. Among the admitted patients totaling more than were treated in neurosurgery, orthopedics, vascular and general surgery, medicine, gynae, ENT, Ophthalmology and other departments of Enam Medical College Hospital.
If some leading firms take the initiative, it would start the ball rolling. The extra 50 cents could be a marketing tool to make the product more attractive to consumers. Global labour and rights groups have criticised Western retailers and say they are not doing enough to ensure the safety at factories where their clothes are made.
Enamur Rahman MP, made this historic medical response with high prudence, benevolence and call of humanity. The framework requests that those companies make vigorous checks to ensure slave labour is not used in third world countries and the UK to produce their goods.
Some have argued the demand for fast fashion and low-cost clothing motivated minimal oversight by clothing brands, and that collectively organised trade unions could have responded to the pressure of management. My first proposal is as follows: I pray that this deep pain compels us towards resolving the core of the problems in our national life.
When will we come to our senses.
If some leading firms take the initiative, it would start the ball rolling. Unlike the accord joined mainly by European retailers, the plan lacks legally binding commitments to pay for those improvements.
My proposal is that the foreign buyers will jointly fix a minimum international wage level. There is also another practical way to help ensure better standards for Bangladeshi garment workers.
This second line of argument gives partial responsibility for the disaster to the short production deadlines preferred by buyers due to the quick changes of designs, referred to as fast fashion.
The point to notice is that everyone who was involved in production collectively received U.
Pope Francis has said buyers are treating the garment workers like slave labourers. The treatment also included for severe injuries, among others, Fracture and dislocation, Lacerated injury, abrasion, bruises, incised wound and punctured wound, Single and multiple injury, Lower and Upper limbs, head and necks, thorax and abdomen etc.
Did we learn anything at all from this terrible massacre. Small unnoticeable addition to the price can do workers. The Savar tragedy has created a huge wound and deep pain in the minds of the people of this country.
There is no sense in them leaving a country that has benefited a great deal from their business, a country that could have continuing rapid and visible economic and social progress because of them, a country that would always remain grateful to them.
As a result of this, some will argue that Bangladesh may overnight lose the competitiveness it had gained for being a country offering "the cheapest labor. This issue will attract attention more urgently now in light of the mass death in Savar, as well as for the Pope's comments on the treatment of the poor labor in garment industry in Bangladesh.
My two proposals regarding workers I have from time to time given recommendations to foreign buyers about how to tackle the problems faced by the garments industry in Bangladesh.
This industry has brought about immense change in our society by transforming the lives of women. We have to make international companies understand that while the workers are physically in Bangladeshthey are contributing their labour to the businesses: Rather, if Bangladesh government and citizens could come forward unitedly to work to remove all the difficulties being faced by the foreign buyers, and work shoulder to shoulder with them, it would bring the joy for creating a new breed of business that prides in achieving something which is far beyond the business success -- something which leads to a bright new future for a country.
After all this, will we just keep on watching as it keeps happening again and again. We can accelerate that change. Extra Credit Essay The Tragedy in Savar shows in my opinion what these multinational corporations are all about, the bottom line!
Multinationals should be held accountable, they have a responsibility to the people of Savar and other poor countries that they choose to produce their goods in. SAVAR-TRAGEDY: Immediate response and psychosocial support DHAKA, May Bangladesh has recently shaken by the worst ever mishap in its garment industry which is the country’s biggest export earner (US $20 Billion per year) and the single largest employer for women workers.
The Savar building collapse or Rana Plaza collapse was a structural failure that occurred on 24 April in the Savar Upazila of Dhaka District, Bangladesh, where an eight-story commercial building named Rana Plaza collapsed.
The search for the dead ended on 13 May with a death toll of 1,Time: am BST (UTC+). Apr 25, · The collapse in Savar came five months after garment workers died in a fire, raising questions on safe conditions. Credit The New York Times. May 14, · বিএনপি নেতার বাড়ীতে ডাকাতি দুই ডাকাত আটক,আহত ১ /Savar Robbery at BNP leader's house - Duration: FulkiTVThe aim of the study was to identify the nurses’ roles in Savar building collapsed tragedy which was conducted in the National Institute of Traumatology & Orthopedic for Rehabilitation, Bangladesh Red Crescent Medical College Hospital and Enam Medical.Tragedy in savar