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Water Mission and FedEx Team up to Help Honduras After 2020 Hurricanes

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Guest blog courtesy of Water Mission

In November 2020, back-to-back Hurricanes Eta and Iota caused major devastation in Honduras, affecting more than 3 million people, about one-third of the country’s population.  Immediately following the storms, FedEx worked closely with Water Mission to provide people in remote areas of Honduras with access to safe water.

As Historic Back-to-Back Hurricanes Hit Honduras, VF Corporation Steps Up to Help Communities

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As the global pandemic continues to claim lives worldwide, two catastrophic hurricanes recently ravaged Honduras, where streets remain flooded and homes uninhabitable. During the first week of November, Category 4 Hurricane Eta pummeled 140 mph winds across the country’s north and eastern shores, also striking Guatemala and Nicaragua. Less than two weeks later, Category 5 Hurricane Iota doubled the blow.

Seeking to Leave Honduras, a Desperate Man Instead Learns How to Revitalize His Farm & Restore the Environment

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Since 2012, the Inga Foundation’s revolutionary #agroforestry system of Inga alley-cropping in Honduras has dramatically transformed the lives of 300 subsistence farming families.

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Since 2012, the Inga Foundation’s revolutionary #agroforestry system of Inga alley-cropping in Honduras has dramatically transformed the lives of 300 subsistence farming families.

Gildan and World Vision Strengthen Partnership to Deliver Sustainable Education Intervention Program at 1,200 Schools in Honduras

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With a new investment of more than US $170,000 signed earlier this year, Gildan and World Vision Honduras are enhancing their existing partnership and will collaborate to diligently strengthen World Vision’s sustainable education intervention program in 1,200 schools in Honduras.  

13 Inspiring Stories From Women in Manufacturing

From successes to challenges, read the stories for these women
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In light of International Women’s Day 2019, Gildan launched a campaign to recognize some of their 23,000 female employees.

Thirteen employees from seven different countries where the Company operates were invited to share their professional and personal stories. These women explored topics including passions, motivation, family, resilience and growth. Read their stories:

Turning Textile Effluent Into Life-Sustaining Water: A History of Gildan’s Biotop

In celebration of World Water Day, Gildan looks back on almost two decades of naturally returning clean water to the environment
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In the spirit of World Water Day, Gildan celebrates the 17th anniversary of its Biotop wastewater treatment system, which treats water in a natural process using only bacteria, sunlight and gravity.

SC Johnson Centroamérica nombrada mejor lugar de trabajo

Se reconoce a la compañía por su compromiso con una destacada cultura en el lugar de trabajo
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March 12, 2019 /3BL Media/ - SC Johnson ha sido reconocida como uno de los mejores lugares de trabajo en Centroamérica por Great Place to Work®, clasificando en segundo lugar entre 33 compañías en el listado de 2019. Este es el 12. º año consecutivo que se incluye a SC Johnson en el listado de mejores lugares de trabajo en Centroamérica.

SC Johnson Central America Named Best Workplace

Company Recognized for Commitment to Outstanding Workplace Culture
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RACINE, Wis., March 12, 2019 /3BL Media/ - SC Johnson has been recognized as a Best Workplace in Central America by Great Place to Work®, ranking No. 2 out of 33 companies on the 2019 list. This is the 12th consecutive year SC Johnson has been included on the Best Workplace list in Central America.

Gildan Opens “Rio Market” for Employees at Their Rio Nance Complex in Honduras

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Gildan has launched a new onsite supermarket for its employees, offering non-perishable food, household essentials and personal care items at discounted prices for 8,500 workers located at the complex.    

The one-stop shop is convenient for employees who work at the Rio Nance complex allowing them to purchase items conveniently through a variety of payment methods, including payroll deduction which provides interest-free credit. Alternatively, they can order goods through a form available at their facility and have items delivered directly to their workplace.

Tyson Foods Expands OneEgg Partnership to Nepal, Honduras and Ethiopia

Projects to increase accessibility of protein for children and fund nutritional research
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SPRINGDALE, Ark., October 18, 2018 /3BL Media/ – One million children under 5 years of age in Nepal (or 36 percent of the population) suffer chronic malnutrition and 10 percent suffer from acute malnutrition. The difficulty in acquiring protein is a contributing factor to the nutrition gap in the south Asian country. In an effort to help combat those issues in Nepal, as well as Honduras and Ethiopia, Tyson Foods, Inc. (NYSE: TSN) announced today a series of grants to OneEgg, a non-profit organization that delivers eggs to children in need.

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