Women’s education has a positive, multifaceted role in development. The most obvious positive outcome is gender equality for each individual woman, a key goal in any development agency’s goals and particularly so in the case of ICRW. The education and life skills training that ICRW is providing to garment factory workers in health, finance, and social entitlements can be used to their benefit both inside and outside the workplace. Education and basic training in health and finance do not only positively affect the individual being educated; it affects everyone else in her household, husband and children included. Also, workers with more education are more adaptable, more productive, and can use advanced technology more easily than those without an education. Health education benefits the factory because healthier workers will miss less days of work. For these reasons, workplace educational programs can be very beneficial for both workers and factories. It is thus important to measure the outcomes of the ICRW garment factory education programs so that all participants may reap maximum benefits.