Uganda: A factory provides accommodation for workers during Covid-19 lockdown


A factory in Uganda making reusable sanitary pads for women, provided accommodation for workers so that they could keep working during lockdown and earn an income. The factory adapted their working practices to survive the financial implications of Covid-19.

Produced by Stella Nasambu and Ashley Ogonda

Edited by Gloria Achieng



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