Primark has said that it will pay compensation to victims of the Bangladesh collapsed factory complex who worked for its supplier that was based there.
In a statement, the high street giant said: "This will include the provision of long-term aid for children who have lost parents, financial aid for those injured and payments to the families of the deceased".
The retailer also said it had partned with a local NGO to address the immediate needs of victims, including the provision of emergency food aid to families.
A young woman has been freed from the wreckage of a building in the Bangladeshi capital 17 days after its collapse killed hundreds.
The Bangladesh High Commissioner has told me he believes that Western companies share some of the blame for conditions in Dhaka's factories.
Primark, who bought products from the factories in the destroyed Rana Plaza in Dhaka, will pay compensation to the families of the victims.