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Women play a big role in Fairtrade and represent 27% of all Fairtrade farmers and workers. This slideshow includes information on women in Fairtrade and photos.

Women play a big role in Fairtrade and represent 27% of all Fairtrade farmers and workers. This slideshow includes information on women in Fairtrade and photos.

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Women and Fairtrade Women and Fairtrade Presentation Transcript

  • MONITORING THE SCOPE AND BENEFITS OF FAIRTRADE THIRD EDITION, 2011 Women and Fairtrade© Fairtrade 2011 Project Title sits here - update this via the Header and Footer options
  • Mary Kanatiah packs bananas at VoltaRiver Estates in GhanaPhoto by Nathalie BertramsWomen make up 27% of all farmers andworkers involved in Fairtrade overall.
  • Irene Kijara, has three children, is ateacher by profession, and is asuccessful local businesswoman.She manages two tea farms and is ashareholder in the Mabale GrowersTea Factory in Uganda.Photo by Simon RawlesIn percentage terms, women are most involved in tea production in Fairtrade making up almost 50% of the workforce in tea. Around 80,000 are registered as tea farmer members or work on tea plantations.
  • Selena Obregon from Fairtrade cooperative CECOCAFEN harvests coffee in Nicaragua Photo by Marvin del CidAlmost 25% of allFairtrade coffeefarming membersof small producerorganizations –almost 100,000farmers – arewomen.
  • Amoloho Aseraboya has beena member of the Akoma SheaButter Cooperative in Ghanasince 2009Photo by Nathalie Bertrams Producers of nuts and oilseeds have the highest percentage of female farmers at 39%.
  • All information contained in this presentation and more can be found in the full report, “Monitoring the Scope and Benefits of Fairtrade” (PDF) at www.fairtrade.net.© Fairtrade 2011 8