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2013 fairtrade-scope-benefits-premium

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The Fairtrade Premium is an extra-sum above the contract price that companies pay to Fairtrade producers when buying on Fairtrade terms. Producers collectively decide where to invest Premium funds to …

The Fairtrade Premium is an extra-sum above the contract price that companies pay to Fairtrade producers when buying on Fairtrade terms. Producers collectively decide where to invest Premium funds to improve their community. This report is based on data largely collected in 2012. Find the full report at www.fairtrade.net/impact-and-research.html

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  • 1. MONITORING THE SCOPE AND BENEFITS OF FAIRTRADE Fifth Edition 2013 Fairtrade Premium © Linus Hallgren
  • 2. 2© Fairtrade 2013 - Fairtrade Impact Mapped
  • 3. © James Rodriguez Fairtrade producers use the Fairtrade Premium to improve social, economic & environmental conditions in their communities. © Max Havelaar Switzerland The Premium is an additional sum above the purchase price at origin. Farmers & workers are free to use the Premium according to their priorities.
  • 4. 4© Fairtrade 2013 - Fairtrade Impact Mapped
  • 5. © James Rodriguez At 43%, coffee producer organizations earn the highest percentage of Fairtrade Premium worldwide. © Didier Gentilhomme( above) and Sean Hawkey
  • 6. © Fairtrade 2013 - Fairtrade Impact Mapped
  • 7. 8© Fairtrade 2013 - Fairtrade Impact Mapped
  • 8. ©Riccardo Gangale In 2011-12, Peru was the top- ranked country receiving € 11.6 million in Fairtrade Premium With cooperation of Max Havelaar Netherlands, Fairtrade Premium was spent to educational support in Colombia. © Marcel Koppen
  • 9. Workers elected to invest 54% of their Fairtrade Premium in services for workers and their families. 12 ©Vipul Kulkarni © Sarina Rahn Village members decide on Premium use in producer executive body meeting at Eco Nectar and Khargone Krushuk Utthan Samiti Cooperative, India.
  • 10. © Fairtrade 2013 - Fairtrade Impact Mapped
  • 11. In 2011–12, the Fairtrade Premium in coffee more than doubled to €37.3 million. © Bernhard Moser Coffee farmers in Laos chose to create a coffee shop for their community with Fairtrade Premium funds.
  • 12. © Fairtrade 2013 - Fairtrade Impact Mapped
  • 13. In 2011-12, the Fairtrade Premium paid to banana producers topped €15 million. © Tessa Jol (above) Fairtrade Finland
  • 14. In 2011-12, the Fairtrade Premium paid to cocoa farmers’ organizations increased by 20% to €9.4 million. Community members – most of them members of Fairtrade co-op TCGA – help thatch the roof of a new home in San Jose, Belize. © James A. Rodríguez
  • 15. In 2009–12, 23% of the Fairtrade Premium for coffee was used for education. Pupils from the Hekima Girls Secondary School in Tanzania benefitted from Fairtrade Premium investments from the Kagera Cooperative Union. © Matt Crossick
  • 16. In 2011–12, Fairtrade sugar farmers earned more than €9.2 million in Fairtrade Premium. San Joaquin village members use public bathroom at the community center, a project funded by BSCFA, a Fairtrade sugar co- op in Corozal, Belize. © James A. Rodríguez
  • 17. In 2011-12, 25% Fairtrade seed cotton premium was used to improve educational infrastructure. SODIFITEX, a Fairtrade co-op, in Senegal, supports local schools with Fairtrade Premium. © Sean Hawkey
  • 18. In 2011-12, 70% of the Fairtrade Premium for flowers was used to provide better services for workers and their families
  • 19. © Andrea Rasberg 12% of all Fairtrade Premium funds earned in Africa and the Middle East went to tea producers. The farmers of Kasinthula in Malawi have invested in water projects for their community.
  • 20. © Fairtrade 2013 - Fairtrade Impact Mapped
  • 21. © Andrea Rasberg Fairtrade Premium revenues in Latin America & the Caribbean reached nearly €57 million, a 38% increase. Members of COOMPROCOM, a Fairtrade co-op in Nicaragua, stand with their water reservoir, which was built with Fairtrade Premium
  • 22. Top 5 countries in Asia & Oceania for Premium income were India, Indonesia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea and China. © Didier Gentilhomme Pomegranate farmers in Uzbekistan elected to build a tea house in their community as part of a plan to bring new members to their cooperative.
  • 23. © Fairtrade 2013 - Fairtrade Impact Mapped All information contained in this presentation and more can be found in our report ‘Monitoring the Scope and Benefits of Fairtrade, Fifth Edition 2013’ at: www.fairtrade.net/impact-and-research.html
  • 24. © Fairtrade 2013 - Fairtrade Impact Mapped