As announced earlier, FTF-I is co-organising the 14th WFTO Biennial Conference from 9th -13th November 2017 in New Delhi, simultaneously with the 19th (IFOAM) Organic World Congress. The Conference delegation will visit the Organic World Congress at Expo Mart, Greater Noida on 10th November. IFOAM will organise tracks relevant to Fair Trade on this day.… Continue reading WFTO Biennial Conference 2017: Update
FTFI is happy to share with you that our initiative under the BDS is doing very well for the benefit of our members. As per the orders from Ethinq Desi, the demand for the Fair Trade product is high. This is our open platform, if any of our members are still interested, they can get… Continue reading Products of our members doing well on the online market place : Ethniq Desi
We are always proud to share our experience with interns and volunteers. We help them in connecting with our member organisations, to provide them a clear understating on how Fair Trade organizations are working and have a fair idea on the condition of the artisans at the grassroot level. It is always great to see… Continue reading FTFI welcoming its new intern from Germany
The second phase of Business skill development programme with migrant women SHGs in West Delhi was organized by SSA this month. A group of one hundred and forty seven women participated for inputs on enterprise orientation and market readiness for the community women.
MoT launched a Social Media Campaign – IwearHandloom. FTF-I joined the campaign by inviting the members to join hands. We started our the campaign on the National Handloom Day on 07th August, 2016, which ran till 18th August, 2017 on our facebook page. We invited all our members to share images of the weavers or people who wear and support handloom, as an expression to show their… Continue reading FTFI, supports #IWearHandloom Campaign through a social media campaign with the members
SSA organized a Retail Management workshop in Delhi with the objective to improve the understanding of the grassroot producers on the changing scenario of handicraft retail and the various opportunities that it presents. Mrs. Manjari Nirula, Kamala, Mr. Roshan & Mr Sourav, GoCoop, Ms. Laila Tyabji, Dastkar, Mrs. Sumita Ghose, Rangsutra and Mrs. Meera Goradiya,… Continue reading Retail Management Workshop organized by Sasha
Cutesy : IDT The handicrafts made by over 220 women are locally sold and exported to Europe Integrated Development Trust (IDT) is a fair trade manufacturer of ethnic handicrafts. Our products are carefully handmade by women in our workshops, located in Andhra Pradesh. This is where the adventure started 15 years ago. Since 2001 our project… Continue reading IDT integrates women with disabilities trough education and full-time jobs