During the Kathmandu meeting, a 10 min video showcased some of the results halfway through the programme, as another way to show some of the issues and achievements from the partners and what kind of support is provided by WSM.

Besides the synergies and issues shown in the video above, partner organisations also worked with their own beneficiaries with the support from WSM.
SAARC: the PO’s in the SAARC region delivered 411.823 services (legal aid, vocational training, organising, etc.) in 2014, which is already 65% of what is to be achieved throughout the whole programme.
Cambodia: the campaign for a higher minimum wage mobilised over 100.000 garment workers from 139 factories, leading finally to an increase from 100 to 128 USD. It is a substantial increase, but not yet what CLC and C.CAWDU aspired, i.e. 177 USD. That’s of course due to the fact that minimum wages are set in dialogue with the employers. 1.400 Cambodian employees went from short term contracts to contracts of indefinite duration. CLC organised over 1.000 workers in 3 new sector (plantations, transport and private services).
Indonesia: the PO’s have undertaken surveys among their membership to get a clear idea of what the needs are of the workers. This research constitutes the basis for their proposals which they defend in social dialogue. A CBA led to improved working conditions for 2.000 garment workers. The collaboration between KSBSI and SBMI centers on migrant workers. 6 centers to assist migrant workers were created, with training in labour rights for at least 100 migrant workers.
Philippines: 400 health workers were trained regarding short-term contract workers and the consequences of privatization, which was taken up in at least 2 CBA procedures. During 14 medical missions over 320 marginalised patients were treated.