Phnom Penh: CUMW and CARE on January 20, concluded the second training of the project developed by women to strengthen the economic resilience of textile workers during Covid-19 pandemic sponsored by the Lululemon brand.
The second training of the project was held on January 18-20, at the Sunway Hotel, aiming to improve participants' knowledge of soft skills on "Economic resilience during Covid-19" and discuss participatory outreach in their target areas.
Secretary General of CUMW, Mr Preap Munysovann, expressed his gratitude and appreciation for this training, instructing the participants: "After finishing the training course, please share this knowledge to the members at your local level."
"Sharing the knowledge you have gained over these three days is one of the things we need to do as a good, influential and effective team with CARE to implement our project," he said.
CUMW, a professionally independent trade union that was founded on June 1, 2010, and this body has been actively working on workers in some sectors such as garment, footwear, handbags, construction, services and metal in Cambodia.
CUMW has 3 basic principles to run its activities. Independence, Democracy and Solidarity, in the aim of reaching our crucial Mission, Vision and Values, and services provided in the trade union unit.
CARE Cambodia is an international development organization fighting global poverty with a special focus on working with women & girls to bring sustainable changes to their communities.
In Cambodia, CARE International works with women who have migrated to urban areas, women and girls from ethnic minorities and rural women who are denied multiple rights.
It should be noted that CUMW and CARE have already held a first training course for 21 trainers on December 26-28, 2022. This second training course was attended by 24 participants making a total of 45 new trainers.