Bienestar individual y colectivo

Toda persona merece tener acceso a servicios básicos como agua limpia, educación y atención médica. Nuestra norma protege esos derechos humanos fundamentales y el derecho a condiciones laborales seguras.

  • Farmers in the Kavokiva cooperative

    Fair Trade Cocoa from Côte d’Ivoire

    In villages with only one drinking water well, women had to walk long distances to retrieve the water and then carry it all the way back home to their families. In the case of Kavokiva, a Fair Trade cooperative in Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa, Fair Trade chocolate helps provide clean drinking water to a village.

  • men of La Revancha Nicaragua

    The Power of Fair Trade coffee in La Revancha, Nicaragua

    La Revancha is a family-owned coffee estate, with about 90 permanent workers, although this number grows drastically during the harvest season. They’ve been working hard to meet the rigorous Fair Trade standards in order to become Central America's first Fair Trade Certified coffee estate. 

  • woman studying

    How Fair Trade Farms are Investing in Education

    From creating scholarship programs for kids to hosting night classes for adults to complete their GED's, education is a top priority in communities around the world. Discover why these six farms chose to invest their Fair Trade Community Development Fund in education and learn about the different people whose lives are changing for the better because of that investment.

  • woman producer with bananas

    Fair Trade bananas, improving lives in Urabá, Colombia

    Bananas can be found in most households across the U.S., but do you know about the power they have to change lives? Learn about how one community of banana farmers in Colombia is using the power of Fair Trade to create a new future for their children and community as a whole.

  • Joana Quitiaquez

    How Fair Trade roses saved a woman's life in Ecuador

    Choosing a bouquet of roses for a loved one may seem like a small task. However, through Fair Trade certification, your purchase of that bouquet might actually save someone's life. Meet Joana Quitiaquez, a flower worker in Ecuador, and learn how her life, and the lives of many others, has been saved by roses.