Vision & Mission
‘Fairtrade Cotton Panel discussion on leveraging Fairtrade Model for Market Expansion and Income diversification in a sustainable cotton supply chain’.
It is our pleasure to invite you to attend our last webinar series for the year 2020.
The Cotton Panel discussion will foster an interactive discussion between various Fairtrade supply leaders on the challenges and opportunities in the production, marketing, and trade of sustainable cotton, and explore ways to leverage FT model for expanding Fairtrade market and means of opportunities for Fairtrade cotton farmers to diversify their income and generate an additional source of income.
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How Fairtrade works
Fairtrade is an alternative approach to conventional trade and is based on a partnership between producers and consumers. When farmers can sell on Fairtrade terms, it provides them with a better deal and improved terms of trade. This allows them the opportunity to improve their lives and plan for their future.
Fairtrade offers consumers a powerful way to reduce poverty through their every-day shopping.
When a product carries the FAIRTRADE MARK it means the producers and traders have met Fairtrade Standards. The Standards are designed to address the imbalance of power in trading relationships, unstable markets and the injustices of conventional.
Fairtrade Asia Pacific: Annual Report 2017
In 2017, the number of Producer Organizations in NAPP grew by 38% in 2017 compared to that of 2014. 235 visits were made by field officers to serve producer organizations in our region. 211 trainings on various relevant topics were organized for producers in which 3545 individual farmers and workers participated; 37% of whom were women.
An independent survey with producer organizations reflected about 60% organizations reporting satisfaction with the services provided by field staffs in 2017.
We have strengthened Marketing and Communication…
ANNUAL TEA NEWSLETTER 2019!
We are pleased to share our Annual Tea Newsletter 2019- Network of Asia and Pacific Producers (NAPP)!
This issue features the current market trends and forecast of Fairtrade Tea from Fairtrade Foundation (FTUK) followed by an interview with English Tea Shop, UK. It includes interviews of our Fairtrade tea producers :-Jalinga Tea Estate, India and Idulgashina Bio Tea Garden, Sri Lanka. We also spoke to NAPP Program Officer – Subhra Prakash Tudu to understand the ground reality and the challenges of Tea Plantations, positive changes brought about by Fairtrade certifications.
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Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Report 2019!
The Network of Asia and Pacific Producers uses the Fairtrade Theory of Change Framework and a range of measuring indicators to demonstrate impact in the livelihood security of producers through Fairtrade Standards, producer support, and Fairtrade Premium projects.
Read the report here