Nairobi Kenya, Tuesday 22nd September
Fairtrade Africa celebrated their 10 years of “Empowering Fairtrade farmers, workers and their communities” through an event which took place on the 23rd and 24th of September at Strathmore Business School.
Fairtrade Africa(FTA) has partnered with Strathmore Business School (SBS) and will be signing an MOU that will anchor the sustainability agenda in the next 10 years.
The partnership with Strathmore Business School (SBS) which is also celebrating “10 years of transforming Africa” is ingrained on its ability to contribute invaluable academic research and contribution to the body of knowledge around ethical and sustainable agricultural global supply chains.
The event themed: Looking at sustainability in the next 10 years – What are the enablers and disablers? and sustainable consumption in Africa, is focused on realising the potential of farmers and workers in the Eastern and Central Africa region. The event will also discuss on future sustainability agenda in improving the lives of farmers by ensuring there is integrity in the producer value chain.
Fairtrade Africa (FTA), is the umbrella organisation representing producers in Africa and Middle East and has a membership of up to 932,000 farmers and workers in 32 countries.Through partnerships developed by Fairtrade Africa, farmers have adapted to climate change as well as had access to fair finance in addition to bettering the livelihoods of their communities through Fairtrade Premiums.
Strathmore Business School’s mission, Service to Society through the development of international executive business management and leadership programs, will frontier this project in the provision of academic research and building capacity in the agricultural industry.
This partnership is set to:
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