Our clothes are not made by machine alone. They require the deft hands of thousands of workers, whom we value for their part in our brand. For more than 15 years, we've trained workers at our key suppliers in China to voice their rights. Since 2005, we've invested in an alternative supply chain in Peru that pays fair trade wages. In India, we've launched The Handloom Project, a six-year investment program designed to empower weavers in rural communities. And we’ve joined the Better Buying program to more fully understand how our purchasing practices impact our suppliers. These are some examples of how we’re committed to improving the livelihoods of the workers in our supply chain.