Producer networks and producer organizations

Producer networks are regional associations that Fairtrade certified producer organizations may join if they wish. They represent small-scale producers, workers and other producer stakeholders.

There are producer networks in three regions: Africa and the Middle East, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America and the Caribbean. Find out about the producer network that covers your region below.

Africa and Middle East: Fairtrade Africa

Fairtrade Africa
6th Floor, Block C
Westcom Point Building
Mahiga Mairu Road, Westlands
P.O Box 3308 - 00200, Nairobi, Kenya

Tel: +254 (0) 20 272 1930

Asia and Pacific: NAPP

Network of Asia and Pacific Producers (NAPP)
#50, MSH Layout, Anandnagar
560024 Bangalore, India

Tel: +91 (080) 233 397 36

Latin America and Caribbean: CLAC

Coordinadora Latinoamericana y del Caribe de pequeños y pequeñas productores y productoras y trabajadores y trabajadoras de comercio justo (CLAC)
Colonia Escalón, calle Francisco Gavidia y pasaje La Unión
Block #155, San Salvador, El Salvador

Tel: +503 2521-7200

Producers have a strong say in Fairtrade

Fairtrade producers have 50 percent of the vote at our General Assembly, and farmers and workers are also consulted during the process for establishing new standards and policies for Fairtrade. The three regional Fairtrade producer networks play a prominent role on the Board of Directors at Fairtrade International, ensuring even greater producer representation.

Producer organizations

Fairtrade exists to empower farmers and workers around the world. More than 1,800 producer organizations, representing 1.9 million farmers and workers, are the foundation of the Fairtrade system.

The Fairtrade Standards outline the principles of democratic organization and participation required by a producer organization, enabling our approach to apply to a variety of settings – from certified cooperatives and smallholder associations to plantations and factories.