NOGAMU: the National Organic Agricultural Movement of Uganda

Linking Ugandan farmers to the organic and fair trade markets Everyone who has visited Uganda agrees that its fruit and vegetables are delicious and of superior quality. However, the farmers who grow them barely make enough money to provide for their families. For this reason, the Trade for Development Centre partnered with NOGAMU, the National Organic Agricultural […]

Rwenzori Farmers’ Cooperative Union (RFCU)

On the slopes of Mount Ndali, close to Rwanda and Congo, a British major developed Ndali Estate into a major tea plantation. In the 1970s, the estate was confiscated by Idi Amin Dada’s militia but was returned twenty years later to a grandniece who soon associated with the local farmers. 1,200 farmers joined forces in the Mubuku Vanilla Farmers Association (recently […]

Asociación de Recolectores de Cacao Silvestre Yuracare (ARCASY)

Wilde cacao uit Bolivia In het Boliviaanse deel van het Amazonebekken, meer bepaald in de laaglanden van Centraal-Bolivia ten noorden van Cochabamba, wonen de Yuracaré, een inheemse bevolkingsgroep van jagers en plukkers. Een belangrijke economische activiteit van deze kleine gemeenschappen is de pluk van wilde cacao of boscacao, onder chocolademakers gekend als een kwaliteitsproduct. De […]

Siyavuna Development Centre

SHORT SUPPLY CHAINS FOR ORGANIC AGRICULTURE IN SOUTH AFRICA Since Nelson Mandela’s election in 1994 successive South African governments have heavily invested in fostering a fairer representation of the black majority in the country’s economy to really make an end to apartheid. In general this has been a success. Relatively soon a black middle class […]

AgroAndino

Physalis or Inca berries from Peru    The bright orange berries with their papery sepals known as physalis or Inca berry not only look great, they are also full of antioxidants and vitamins. The fruit is consumed mostly locally, but it has also attracted interest in the North. In Peru’s highlands a variety is cultivated with an exceptional sour-sweet […]

Ecolink

Vietnam Ecological Linkage Company Limited (Ecolink Co. Ltd.) has been a pioneer of organic agriculture and fair trade in Vietnam since 2004. With support from its parent company (Hiep Thanh Co. Ltd.) and a partner development organisation (SADAS), Ecolink has developed several organic fair trade products (which have been certified for export to the EU/America), as well as other organic vegetables. Ecolink has reliable partners in the EU for the import of organic fair trade tea and ginger from Vietnam, and a growing […]

Centrocafe

CENFROCAFE was created on 26 October 1999 in northern Peru. It provides many services to its members (agricultural technical assistance, organisational development, access to health services, etc.) with the objective of increasing production, improving the quality of coffee and of contributing to the well-being of its members and the development of their communities. In 2007, it obtained the Fairtrade […]

CAPEMA

CAPEMA began its activities in 2007 under the name Asociación Central Agropecuaria Perla del Mayo. It was in 2012 that CAPEMA really became a cooperative formed by small coffee producers who had already received organic and fair trade certification in 2009. The main activity of the cooperative is the production and commercialisation of coffee.  CAPEMA has 255 partners in the provinces of Moyobamba and Rioja in […]

APROCAM

APROCAM is a non-profit organisation that brings together small coffee and cocoa producers from the districts of La Peca, Copallín and Imaza in the province of Bagua in Peru. Created in 2003, the organisation currently owns 235 hectares of coffee plantations and 495 hectares of cocoa plantations. APROCAM has been Fairtrade certified since 2010 and received organic certification from IMO Control in 2012.  In […]

Maquita Cushunchic Comercializando como Hermanos (MCCH)

Founded in 1985, Maquita Cushunchic Comercializando como Hermanos (MCCH) is a private, non-profit socio-economic institution. Maquita began its work with grassroots church communities in the south of Quito, Afro-Ecuadorian farmers from Esmeraldas, and indigenous people from Cotopaxi and Chimborazo who brought their products directly to sell them at markets, fairs and through distribution groups in Quito.   It began with basic products, forming a network […]

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