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BANGLADESH-LABOUR-ILO-TEXTILE-FACTORY

Md Abul Kalam Azad, Secretary of the Economic Relations Division of Bangladesh (2nd L) shakes hands with International Labour Organization (ILO) Dhaka Office Director Srinivas B. Reddy (2nd R) while Netherlands Ambassador to Bangladesh Gerben Sjoerd de Jong (L) and British High Commissioner to Bangladesh Robert W. Gibson (R) look on during a signing ceremony in Dhaka on October 22, 2013. Bangladesh and the International Labour Organization (ILO) launched a $24 million safety campaign in the latest effort to overhaul appalling conditions at the nation's clothing factories, officials said. Experts will conduct safety inspections at more than 1,000 factories as part of the multi-year campaign, after a garment factory collapse in April that killed 1,132 people highlighted inadequate safety standards in the industry. AFP PHOTO/ STR (Photo credit should read STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)
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Md Abul Kalam Azad, Secretary of the Economic Relations Division of Bangladesh (2nd L) shakes hands with International Labour Organization (ILO) Dhaka Office Director Srinivas B. Reddy (2nd R) while Netherlands Ambassador to Bangladesh Gerben Sjoerd de Jong (L) and British High Commissioner to Bangladesh Robert W. Gibson (R) look on during a signing ceremony in Dhaka on October 22, 2013. Bangladesh and the International Labour Organization (ILO) launched a $24 million safety campaign in the latest effort to overhaul appalling conditions at the nation's clothing factories, officials said. Experts will conduct safety inspections at more than 1,000 factories as part of the multi-year campaign, after a garment factory collapse in April that killed 1,132 people highlighted inadequate safety standards in the industry. AFP PHOTO/ STR (Photo credit should read STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)
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Md Abul Kalam Azad Secretary of the Economic Relations Division of... News Photo 185558918Bangladesh,British,Ceremony,Dhaka,Economy,Finance,Hand,Handshake,Horizontal,Human Relationship,International,Labor,Look,Occupational Safety And Health,Organizations,Secretary,SigningPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPMd Abul Kalam Azad, Secretary of the Economic Relations Division of Bangladesh (2nd L) shakes hands with International Labour Organization (ILO) Dhaka Office Director Srinivas B. Reddy (2nd R) while Netherlands Ambassador to Bangladesh Gerben Sjoerd de Jong (L) and British High Commissioner to Bangladesh Robert W. Gibson (R) look on during a signing ceremony in Dhaka on October 22, 2013. Bangladesh and the International Labour Organization (ILO) launched a $24 million safety campaign in the latest effort to overhaul appalling conditions at the nation's clothing factories, officials said. Experts will conduct safety inspections at more than 1,000 factories as part of the multi-year campaign, after a garment factory collapse in April that killed 1,132 people highlighted inadequate safety standards in the industry. AFP PHOTO/ STR (Photo credit should read STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)