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Bangladesh: factory workers receive help

by Helen Pye

AN APPEAL launched by the Church of Bangladesh through the Anglican Alliance has raised $16,000 for workers affected by the collapse of a clothing factory in Bangladesh last year.

Just as new building-regulation laws are being launched in the country, the appeal has provided financial support and resources to workers from the illegally built Rana Plaza factory, in which more than 1100 people died, and 2500 more were injured, in April last year (Comment, 17 May 2013).

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