“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: 5 Jul 2023
Fairtrade sugar cane farmers are a positive force for driving economic, social and environmental progress.
Press release posted: 21 Jun 2023
Farmers, workers and entrepreneurs from all over the world gather today to discuss the future of fair trade and some of today's biggest challenges.
Press release posted: 19 Jun 2023
The Fair Trade Advocacy Office (FTAO), in partnership with Fairtrade International (FI) and the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO), has released today its paper “Transforming the European Green ...
New programme for Fairtrade cocoa cooperatives supports child labour prevention and remediation efforts
Press release posted: 12 Jun 2023
A new programme will disburse funds to Fairtrade cocoa cooperatives for projects that focus on essential but often underfunded elements: prevention and mitigation.
European Parliament's corporate due diligence position recognises the right to a living income, among other improvements
Article posted: 2 Jun 2023
The Parliament introduced significant improvements on the proposal from the European Commission, particularly in requiring companies to assess the potential or actual adverse impacts that their ...
Press release posted: 31 May 2023
Fairtrade remains the most visible and trusted ethical label according to new consumer research, with more people saying they regularly buy Fairtrade products than two years ago.
Fairtrade growth in 2021 and producer perspectives are highlighted in 14th edition of monitoring reports
Press release posted: 25 May 2023
The fourteenth edition of the reports highlight a full set of data including details of producer organisations and their farmer members and employees, hectares under Fairtrade certified cultivation, ...
Article posted: 16 May 2023
The new publications offer tailored guidance on human rights and environmental due diligence for different types of companies.
Article posted: 1 May 2023
With no end in sight to the cost of living crisis, workers need a living wage more than ever. This International Workers’ Day, we shine a spotlight on the challenges facing workers, ways Fairtrade ...
Press release posted: 30 Mar 2023
Fairtrade will raise its Minimum Price for coffee in an effort to strengthen protections for coffee farmers around the world amid the intensifying impacts of climate change and growing global ...
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