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Fairtrade-certified tea is making big difference to the lives of plantation workers. 8. Empower women and girls Women produce most of the food and craftwork and make most of the clothes in developing countries. But they’re still often treated as second-class citizens. Buying fair trade is a great way to support the fight for gender equality. 2 billion people living on less than $1 a day, 70 per cent are women and girls. Women everywhere work longer hours than men for less pay and in worse jobs.
Fair trade puts many of the best ideas into practice. This small-scale Chilean honey-producers’ co-operative provides a perfect example. The setting is the small provincial town of Santa Bárbara in southern Chile. Sitting in their wooden one-storey office in a corner of the tranquil plaza, Joel Uribe and Luis Villaroel talk about their beekeepers’ co-operative, COASBA, with quiet pride. It was Joel, an engineer by training, who founded the association in 1994 and built it up from next to nothing, using his home as an office and working unpaid to get COASBA on its feet.
This all means better opportunities for uneducated, widowed and divorced women and for single mothers. Fair trade rules also require women workers to be well represented on the “joint bodies” and committees that decide how the fair trade social premium is spent (see Reason 4). This often gives women a chance to speak in public for the first time. Greater self-reliance and participation in a co-operative or committee enhance women’s selfesteem and social standing. They gain leadership skills and a greater sense of freedom and security.
50 Reasons to Buy Fair Trade by John Madeley, Miles Litvinoff