These infographics are supplementary information to the 2019 report “Child Rights and Homeworkers in Textile and Handicraft Supply Chains in Asia” published by Save the Children and aim at providing an overview of the impact of the textile and handicraft industry on children’s lives in Asia.

The infographic can be accessed here.

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