Protecting the environment plays a huge role in Divine’s ethos.
Saturday 11th May marks World Fairtrade Day!
Mercy started cocoa farming in 1986. Mercy Zaah was born in 1963. She comes from Krobo Odumasi in the eastern region of Ghana. She is a Christian and married to Joseph Zaah. Together they have five children.
Friday 8th March is International Women's Day – a celebration of women’s triumphs both small and great that have moved them further towards equality, and it's a rallying cry for how much there is still to do before women around the world can enjoy the same opportunities, choices and freedoms as men – one of the key objectives of our Sustainable Development Goals.
It’s time to take another significant step towards ensuring the smallholder farmers around the world who we all rely on for 80% of our food earn enough to sustain themselves and their families, and to invest in the future of their farms.
Mavis Adu Gyamfi is 30 years old, and a native of Sefwi - Akotombra in the northern part of western region. Mavis pursued Accounting at Kumasi polytechnic in the Ashanti region of Ghana and holds a diploma in Business Studies.
Rosa and Germenia are sisters, they both live in Mendes de Silva and have been members of the Fairtrade and organic certified co-operative CECAQ-11 since the start in 2009.
On December 8th, 22 Fairtrade activists from all across London held their fourth annual Fairtrade debate, discussing the topic “Is Fairtrade political?”.