ILO promotes productivity, decent work and inclusion in Brazil's apparel sectorSCORE Training is being implemented in the context of the “Improved productivity and working conditions for small and medium enterprises in Sao Paulo” project, which supports SMEs of the apparel industry to become more productive through sustainable practices and improved working conditions. The programme implementation in Brazil is anchored in national and local training institutions, contributing to the objectives of a National Policy on strengthening SMEs and capacity building of all implementing partners. The partners engaged include the Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association (Abit), the Brazilian Textile Retail Association (ABVTEX) and the National Service for Industrial Training (SENAI). The Project was funded by the Brazilian Labor Prosecution Service.