“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: 8 Mar 2023
Fashion is a 1.53 trillion dollar industry, yet the people who make our clothes – overwhelmingly women – live in poverty.
Article posted: 20 Feb 2023
A Panorama investigative report titled Sex for Work: The True Cost of Our Tea has aired on BBC One alleging gross sexual misconduct and gender-based violence (GBV) on Kenyan tea plantations.
Fairtrade and International Trade Centre Accelerate on Agenda 2030 with Enhanced Sustainability Partnership
Press release posted: 20 Feb 2023
In Geneva, the two organisations signed a new agreement aimed at boosting climate adaptation and gender empowerment efforts among smallholder farmers and enabling them to access new markets.
Article posted: 17 Feb 2023
Any conversation about the future of the world’s most popular drink has to start with a basic premise: coffee farmers must be able to earn a living income.
Article posted: 15 Feb 2023
Fairtrade challenges everyone to make February the fairest month of the year.
Article posted: 13 Feb 2023
Fairtrade flowers workers in East Africa experience higher wages, better working conditions, and greater engagement in workers’ rights issues and gender equity than their non-Fairtrade certified ...
Article posted: 25 Jan 2023
The tool shines a spotlight on the root causes behind the most salient human rights and environmental risks in commodities and countries where Fairtrade works.
Article posted: 23 Jan 2023
As 2023 gets underway, it is time to focus on the road ahead. We have an ambitious strategy to guide us through to shape a world which is fairer for people and the planet.
Article posted: 11 Jan 2023
Fairtrade’s commitment to social justice and its mission to enable meaningful and tangible change across communities has long been rooted in the way it delivers impact.
Article posted: 15 Dec 2022
The Women’s School of Leadership has been rolled out in the Pacific – Timor-Leste and Papua New Guinea for the first time ever in 2022.
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