SAI’s Vision of Human Rights at Work | Annual Report 2010

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Dear Friends,

On our 14th anniversary, we are pleased to issue SAI’s 2010 Annual Report, highlighting ‘Human Rights at Work.’

SAI’s latest Annual Report features stories from our programs and highlights our accomplishments and challenges in Brazil, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Egypt, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, India and Nicaragua as we and our partners work to win respect for the human rights of workers. Here are some highlights:

“What’s Your Social Fingerprint?” SAI’s Social Fingerprint™ Program helps companies to ‘measure and improve’ their mark on the world. See encouraging preliminary results from Carrefour’s and Timberland’s participation.
Scaling Up Indian Responsible Business Initiatives: Two interrelated development partnerships in India respond to the country’s growing CSR movement and demand for training. They bring together key partners: Timberland, ETI-UK with its National Homeworkers Group, Gap Inc., Tchibo GmbH, PGC Switcher, GIZ, DFID, BSCI, and Prakruthi.

Cholera Prevention: As the epidemic in Haiti spread to its neighboring country, SAI’s Project Cultivar team worked with sugarcane and banana farms and the government in the Dominican Republic to implement effective cholera prevention at workplaces. At the time of this publication, no cases were reported on the participating farms.

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