Investing in Women’s Health through Agricultural Supply Chains: Lessons from a Multi-Stakeholder Partnership led by Twinings Tea and USAID

In Kenya, the SHOPS Plus project helped USAID and Twinings develop and pilot a sustainable strategy to expand access to women’s health services on the farms from which Twinings sources tea. This brief describes the opportunity Twinings saw in investing in the health of women tea workers and the multi-stakeholder partnership model that the project piloted. It highlights key elements of the model that support sustainability and shares best practices that other brands and suppliers can replicate in their efforts to invest in the health of workers along their supply chains.

Author

April Warren and Mbogo Bunyi

Contributor

SHOPS Plus

Published
March 2022
Country
Kenya
Technical Area
Public-Private Engagement
Health Area
Family Planning
Keywords
corporate social responsibility
family planning
Kenya
Current Downloads
22

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