Many of the clothes we wear are made in one of Bangladesh’s 4,000+ garment factories. The competitive nature of “fast fashion” and retailers’ determination to keep prices down, means workers’ rights and well-being are often sacrificed. Of the 4 million factory workers in Bangladesh, 80% are women. For pregnant women on low wages, doctor’s visits are unaffordable and most women are forced to give birth at home without proper medical support. These home births are unsupervised, unsafe and have high mortality rates. This project will provide free, comprehensive health insurance to 2400 pregnant garment factory workers, to enable these mothers-to-be to see doctors regularly, buy subsidised medicine, and importantly, they’ll be covered to give birth in a hospital. This vital maternity healthcare will lead to a much safer delivery for mother and child, and ensure they receive all the proper medical support needed for a healthy start in life.