Estudios de impacto
Se han llevado a cabo algunos estudios para evaluar el impacto del Comercio Justo. A continuación le ofrecemos una serie de enlaces a estudios publicados en los últimos años.
Los Beneficios de Comercio Justo Fairtrade - FLO Reportes de Monitoreo y Evaluación
El Reporte de Monitoreo y Evaluación es un proyecto de tres etapas para documentar los beneficios de Comercio Justo Fairtrade. Los reportes revelan el impacto de Comercio Justo Fairtrade por todo el mundo.
Sugar is one of the world's most valuable commodities. In this briefing the Fairtrade Foundation has brought together many facts and figures on the history of sugar, today's market and stakeholders, and the role that Fairtrade plays in supporting sugar cane producers.
An estimated 1.6 billion cups of coffee are drunk worldwide every day. In this briefing you can find out about how the coffee beans reach your cup, what kinds of challenges coffee farmers face and how Fairtrade can make a difference.
50 million people globally depend on cocoa for their livelihoods. This briefing provides a detailed overview on the growers, buyers, consumers and market complexities.
Fairtrade commissioned reports
The international Fairtrade system has commissioned a long-term study on the effects of Fairtrade on five organizations in Malawi, a Least Developed Country. These research papers highlight the social and economic effects of Fairtrade while recognising the challenges ahead if it is to deepen its impact. The third part of this study will be released in 2015. The assessment was carried out by the Natural Resources Institute at the University of Greenwich in collaboration with the Malawi Fairtrade Network, Fairtrade Africa and the Fairtrade Foundation, UK.
This study was commissioned by Fairtrade International in order to learn from the progress made on workers’ rights on banana farms in the Urabá region of Colombia.
On occasion of the 20th anniversary of both TransFair Germany and the Max Havelaar Foundation (Switzerland), the two organizations jointly commissioned a study that provides insight to the question if and how Fairtrade impacts on poverty reduction through rural development. The study employs an ambitious design with target and control groups and presents findings from an extensive qualitative and quantitative data analysis based on six case studies of six different producer organizations in South America, Africa and Asia. With its specific focus on rural development, the study provides useful insights onto the impact of Fairtrade beyond the level of producer organizations.
Since 2004 Fairtrade has been tackling the inequality of the global cotton trade. This report presents the challenges faced by Fairtrade in targeting the small farmers at the very end of a long and complex supply chain. However it also highlights the difference that Fairtrade has made to small farming communities so far and provides recommendationds on how Fairtrade cotton can fulfil its potential in the future.
A partnership between Fairtrade International and the Netherlands Development Organization (SNV) is helping build local capacity. Fairtrade International liaison officers and SNV work to develop Fairtrade value chains with high market potential. As a result of the partnership, numerous farming communities in eleven African countries now benefit from expanded market access, increased production, employment and income, as well as broader social progress and greater control over their future.
This paper marks the first stage of a longer-term study to assess the impact of Fairtrade in the tea sector in Malawi.
This briefing paper explores the impact of Fairtrade on five Fairtrade-certified Producer Organizations in South Africa selling citrus, table grapes, wine grapes, wine, apples, pears and raisins.
Climate change poses significant challenges for the agricultural sector and in particular for small farmers and the Fairtrade movement. This reports presents those challenges and makes recommendations on how to support farmers in adapting to the consequences of climate change.
Accounting for nearly a quarter of all banana sales in the UK, Fairtrade bananas are widely acknowledged to have moved into the mainstream. As such the Fairtrade Foundation commissioned this impact study in order to better understand and enhance the effect of Fairtrade in this sector, both in small producer organizations and for plantation workers. The study is based on extensive research across the banana supply chain and provides recommendations for the future work of Fairtrade. Since publication the Fairtrade Foundation management have provided a summary and response to the recommendations.
Fairtrade sales have increased dramatically over the past years. In line with this growth there is increasing demand to measure and demonstrate the difference that Fairtrade has for producers, workers and their families. This paper is a review of the published literature on Fairtrade’s impact, commissioned by the Fairtrade Foundation and conducted by Natural Resources Institute in 2009.
This 2009 report outlines the findings of studies on Fairtrade's impact on small producer organizations. The six case studies chronicle how Fairtrade supports development. The research includes cocoa, coffee, banana and mango producers from different countries in Latin America.
This study analyses the impact of Fair Trade on rural organisations and families in the Yungas region of Bolivia.
A study on the impact of Fairtrade bananas on the Dominican economy
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