Project Partners

Women Working Worldwide (WWW)

Women Working Worldwide was established in 1985 and, since then, they have been working to empower women workers to fight to claim their rights as workers. Specifically they reach women workers with whom they have a connection in that they work in supply chains producing goods for the European market.They aim at creating awareness to women workers on the national and international laws and conventions in order to be able to advocate for their own rights.

Read more: http://www.women-ww.org

HIVOS people unlimited

Hivos is an international organization that seeks new solutions to persistent global issues. They oppose discrimination, inequality, abuse of power and the unsustainable use of our planet’s resources. Besides ensuring counterbalance, their primary focus is achieving structural change by cooperating with innovative businesses, citizens and their organizations.

Read more: https://www.hivos.org/about-hivos

Fairtrade Africa

Established in 2005, Fairtrade Africa is the independent non-profit umbrella organisation representing all Fairtrade certified producers in Africa. Fairtrade Africa is owned by its members, who are African producer organisations certified against international Fairtrade standards producing traditional export commodities such as coffee, cocoa, tea, cotton, bananas, mango and non-traditional commodities including shea butter and rooibos tea. Currently, the organization represents over 932,000 producers across 32 countries in Africa.

Read more: http://www.fairtradeafrica.net/

GHOWERN: Global Horticultural Workers and Environmental Rights Network

GHOWERN is a regional network of activist organisations across East Africa. Since 2005 GHOWERN Members in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Zambia have carried out research, educational activities and local campaigns on Sexual Harassment in the horticulture with the aim of eliminating Sexual harassment from the workplace and communities around the farms. The GHOWERN Women’s Committee is chaired by Flavia Amoding.

Kenya Flower Council

Kenya Flower Council (KFC) is a voluntary association of independent growers and exporters of cut-flowers and ornamentals, formed in 1996, with the aim of fostering responsible and safe production of cut flowers in Kenya with due consideration of workers welfare and protection of the environment.

read more: http://kenyaflowercouncil.org/