Dhaka, Sept. 5 -- A project for Covid-19 impacted women migrant workers was launched on Saturday aiming to support them with dignity packages and health-hygiene kits in 10 districts across the country.

UN Women Bangladesh in collaboration with Unilever Bangladesh and Ministry of Expatriates' Welfare and Overseas Employment (MoEWOE) launched the project at Bangladesh Korea Technical Training Centre in the capital.

The project will provide emergency food, personal health and hygiene products and skill development opportunity, according to a press release.

Funded by UN Women, the Japan government and Unilever Bangladesh, the project will be implemented by two women rights organisations: Bangladesh Nari Sramik Kendra (BNSK) and Badabon San...