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Fairtrade farmer Daniel Kinne visited New Zealand and Australia and inspired consumers.
Kiwis are supporting farmers more than ever by purchasing Fairtrade products, as shown by the latest retail sales figures released today by Fairtrade ANZ.
In July 2017, Savai’i Coconut Farmers Association (SCFA) in Samoa were excited to launch their first Fairtrade Premium project, worth 9,500 NZD, supplying all 121 members with gardening tool kits. Members of the association now have much needed spades, bush knives and files, which will increase their productivity. Having these tool kits supplied was voted and agreed upon by the majority of SCFA members during their 2016 Annual General Meeting. The Fairtrade Premium was paid to the association by their local buyer, Krissy Co., who is working to increase the markets for Samoan coconut cream. This Premium project coincides with a replanting pilot project aimed at replacing aging coconut trees.
It's that time of year again! Tis the season to indulge in all things chocolatey.
New Zealanders and Australians ate almost 45 fully-laden Boeing 787 planes worth of Fairtrade chocolate last year, and washed it down with 37 Olympic swimming pools worth of Fairtrade coffee.
Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand CEO Molly Harriss Olson explores what a healthy humanity looks like in light of this year’s World Health Day theme of depression.
“Promoting and protecting health and respecting, protecting and fulfilling human rights are inextricably linked.”
Health and Human Rights Linkages, from the WHO’s Health and Human Rights section
As the number of Fairtrade producers organisations in the Pacific grows, so does their participation and influence in the global Fairtrade system.
On the island of Savai’i in the Pacific nation of Samoa, Perise is a respected leader of a coconut producers association – but she defied the odds to get there.
Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand has been working with small-scale farmers across a range of commodities – coffee, cocoa, coconuts, sugar and vanilla – in the Pacific since 2006. Our work has been focussed on supporting these farmers to form strong farmer organisations, build their capacity to trade sustainably, access international Fairtrade markets and connect them with buyers.