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More than 151 million children, some as young as five, are engaged in harmful child labour instead of getting an education or playing. That's 151 million reasons to stop the practice.
Fairtrade has a committed program of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) to support learning and improvement in the Fairtrade system.
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Fairtrade is about stable prices, decent working conditions and the empowerment of farmers and workers around the world.
Fairtrade supports marginalised farmers and workers, enabling them to build a better and more secure life for themselves, their co-workers and their families.
Women in developing countries face many challenges - and gender inequality is a contributing factor to most of them. Fairtrade is working to counter the traditional gender roles that exclude women so everyone has a brighter future!
Fairtrade advocates for better working conditions and improved terms of trade for farmers and workers in developing countries.
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