Trade for Development Centre is a programme of Enabel, the Belgian development agency.
We believe that fair and sustainable trade are a way to decrease poverty. It gives smallholders in the South the opportunity to develop in a sustainable way. We work around three main themes:
Here you will find our most recent publications in order of appearance. The last published will be in the front.
Muungano was coached by the Trade for Development Centre (TDC). After two years of collaboration, Daniel Habamungu, manager of the coffee cooperative, and Belgium’s Raf Van den Bruel take stock of their very valuable experience.
For the Fair Trade Week, the NGO Miel Maya Honing (Maya Honey) launched a gift box celebrating global honey culture. It offers a unique opportunity to sample authentic products and to learn more about their origin and history. Our history…
For many years Ecolife has helped a variety of businesses and organisations to be sustainable in their sector of excellence. Ecology is their principal focus. ‘But we actually combine ecology and fairness,’ says project manager Ingrid Pauwels. It is why Ecolife provides its expertise during the Fair Trade Week to promote fair trade in its home town of Herent.
What brings together farmers from the North and from the South of the globe? Doubtlessly they share more than one would believe at first sight. Beside their love for the land and fight for a fair income, Nathalie and Djakaridja tell us that our food system depreciates the role of farmers, women and men alike.
When September 29 2020, from 9.30 until 13.00WhereTo be defined(The debates will continue online if the health situation requires so). First debate Covid-19, climate change, increasing