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This study assesses the impact of Fairtrade on cotton producers and their organizations in Mali, Senegal, Cameroon and India. One Producer Organization from each country participated in the study. The impact analysis forms the basis for a series of recommendations aimed at improving the Fairtrade system in favor of cotton producers, on-farm workers, and their organizations and communities. This a 13-page summary, the full 185-page report is also available.
The Fairtrade system is committed to understanding how its systems and certification have an impact on farmers and workers in developing countries. In 2009, the Fairtrade Foundation initiated a long-term study to learn what difference Fairtrade is having on groundnut, tea and sugar farmers and workers within Fairtrade-certified organisations in Malawi. This is the second-phase report.
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Fairtrade has grown over the last 30 years and we are always evaluating the impact we’re making. This way, we can make decisions that make sense for producers, businesses and shoppers.
Fairtrade is a considered a leader in sustainability, certifications and supporting producer communities. We publish all our reports, showing both where Fairtrade is working well and where we need to do better.
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Fairtrade is constantly evolving as we work towards our vision in which all farmers and workers earn a sustainable livelihood. We have come a long way, but there is always more to do.