Join Mala and Pinky on their journey towards improved, more nutritious diets for them and their families in this virtual reality film.
Mala works in the quality control department in a garment factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pinky has worked in the tea estates of Assam, India, for over thirty years. What do these women have in common? Both participate in GAIN’s Workforce Nutrition programme. In a 360-degree film, Mala and Pinky share their perspective on how this programme has helped them, and how it can help businesses.
GAIN’s Workforce Nutrition programme
The programme aims to improve the nutrition of workers in low and middle-income settings. Employers can play a fundamental role in their employees’ lives by contributing to the improvement of their diets. To date, GAIN’s programme has reached over 133,000 workers, smallholder farmers and their families. Current programmes aim to reach another 99,600 workers, smallholder farmers and their families by 2020.
To get involved, please contact: Dr. Bärbel Weiligmann, GAIN’s Senior Advisor Workplace Nutrition: firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Christina Nyhus Dhillon, GAIN’s Senior Technical Specialist, Knowledge Leadership: email@example.com