It is part of the standards, that women should be empowered... If a woman is empowered, then the house will also be empowered, economically and socially.Elizabeth Chepkwony, coffee farmer, Kabngetuny cooperative, Kenya
News and Features
Press release posted: 21 Sep 2021
Article posted: 20 Sep 2021
Fairtrade is taking action on several fronts to support smallholder farmers and workers on the frontline of the pandemic.
Press release posted: 16 Sep 2021
In bold position paper, Fair Trade organizations urge inclusion of smallholder farmers and workers in climate solutions as global focus on climate crisis intensifies ahead of COP26.
Article posted: 15 Sep 2021
Fairtrade Global CEO, Dr. Nyagoy Nyong’o, warmly welcomes the appointment of Rebeca Grynspan as Secretary-General of UNCTAD. Ms. Grynspan took up her new role on 13 September for a four-year term.
Article posted: 17 Aug 2021
The revised Fairtrade Tea Standard seeks to balance the realities of a challenging global tea market with stronger requirements to protect the rights and working conditions of workers.
Article posted: 12 Aug 2021
On International Youth Day, we recognize and celebrate youth innovations that are transforming food systems.
Article posted: 30 Jul 2021
To further deepen our work and support on climate matters, in June 2021 we joined the Cool Farm Alliance. A not-for-profit membership organization whose mission is to enable millions of agricultural ...
Press release posted: 28 Jul 2021
The household survey reveals that Fairtrade cocoa farmers in Côte d’Ivoire have increased their incomes by 85% over the past several years and that a greater proportion are living above extreme ...
Press release posted: 22 Jul 2021
Fairtrade Launches Its First Living Income Reference Prices for Colombian Coffee
Article posted: 22 Jul 2021
Starting with Colombia, the new Fairtrade Living Income Reference Prices aim to bring sustainable price stability to coffee farmers.
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