“We try to cope with the effects of climate change, for example, (we) have been receiving training on good agricultural practices, such as intercropping our coffee farms with other crops, which are a source of income and also a source of food. "Zeddy Rotich, member of Kabngetuny Women in Coffee.
News and Features
Article posted: 27 Jan 2016
At the yearly ‘Goed Geld Gala’ on January 26th, the Dutch Postcode Lottery announced that they will support the Fairtrade Climate Academy, a new program proposed by Max Havelaar (Fairtrade ...
Article posted: 17 Dec 2015
Fairtrade International is proud to be top of the list in Bond and Nido’s Transparency Review 2015 of 48 organizations, together with BBC Media Action and Oxfam.
Article posted: 15 May 2015
Organic banana farmers in Peru are seeing the effect of climate change and beginning the process of adapting with help from Kaufland, a German chain of super markets, and Fairtrade International.
Article posted: 6 Mar 2015
Women in the communities Fairtrade serves often face barriers to participation. A new Fairtrade report highlights how gender equality can benefit not only women, but also the organizations and the ...
Article posted: 28 Jul 2014
Fairtrade International recently passed an independent evaluation against the ISEAL Alliance’s Impacts Code – a framework for building a monitoring and evaluation system that examines both short- and ...
Article posted: 11 Jun 2014
The ILO estimates there are 168 million children still working across the globe. On World Day Against Child Labour we realize that while worldwide condemnation of child labour and standards ...
Press release posted: 10 Jun 2013
In a ground-breaking move, producers of tea, coffee, bananas and other goods will have half the votes at Fairtrade International’s annual General Assembly in Germany on Wednesday, 12 June 2013.
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