On the 11th of September 2012, a fire started at the Ali Enterprises garment factory in Karachi, Pakistan. Even though the factory had just passed a safety inspection, over 250 workers were burned to death because the exit doors were locked, and there were non-existence fire safety procedures and equipment. The main customer of that factory, a German retailer called KiK, originally had agreed to set up a compensation fund for the injured workers and relatives of the dead. The reality is that very little of the promised money has reached the effected workers and families while KiK continues to make big profits by buying from some of the most dangerous factories in the world. An international campaign is ongoing to force KiK to pay compensation.