Pocket Tools for Homeworkers Working in Garment Supply Chains is part of a series produced by the Home-based Workers Organizing for Economic Empowerment project funded by the UK's Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office's Work and Opportunity for Women (WOW) Programme. Written by HomeNet South Asia and WIEGO staff, the pocket tools are designed to provide easy access and practical information. The deck of 11 tools applicable to home-based workers aims to help with organizing, awareness-raising, and recording information, and to support home-based workers in locating themselves in the global supply chain. Themes include organizing models, global statistics, contractual standards and gender-based violence. The pocket tools were developed for use by homeworkers in appreciation of the importance of their taking the lead in identifying, documenting and safeguarding their rights and livelihoods.