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Global Women Empowerment Program

Fast Retailing respects all forms of employee diversity. Based on that principle, we instigate activites that help foster independence among socially disadvantaged women worldwide.

Career-Building Training for Women Working in Textile Partner Factories

Date
From 2013
Location
Bangladesh, Vietnam, China
Content
Donating recycled clothing to Africa and other developing nations. Clothes are extremely valuable for people living in rural villages in developing countries with little cash income. Clothing donations can help encourage women to go for prenatal checkups and make use of health and medical services.

JOICFP

Date
From 2013
Location
Africa
Content
Conducting training to support career-building for women working in partner factories through our partnership with UN Women

The Little Women Project

Date
From 2013
Location
Japan
Content
Donating underwear samples to young women and girls who have suffered serious social problems and helping to create an environment in which they can live more comfortably.

Girl Scout T-Shirt Project

Date
2019
Location
United States
Content
Used UT graphic T-shirts to give girls courage and confidence, and help develop leadership skills.

Miao Embroidery Made by Miao Ethnic Minorities

Date
2019
Location
China
Content
Donated clothing to women from minority races. Distributed Miao Embroidery Badges to customers who participated in the project. Purchased over 40,000 embroidered items.

Bumi Sehat Maternity Hospital

Date
2019
Location
Indonesia
Content
Based on the principle that medical treatment is a human right, the Bumi Sehat Maternity Hospital offers a broad range of free services - from prenatal checks to education, to impoverished people primarily in Indonesia’s Ubud District.
UNIQLO Indonesia donated babywear and maternity wear on Mothers’ Day.

Asian University for Women’s Female Leaders Program

Date
From 2013
Location
Bangladesh
Content
Providing financial donations to the Asian University for Women (AUW) international university in Bangladesh to nurture female leaders in Asia who aspire to work on the global stage, and helping them secure an active role in society.