Deliver babies and give injections for Doctors without Borders
Nomphumelelo Dlamini and all of the talented master weavers at Tintsaba, a development organization located in the northern region of Swaziland. http://serrvblog.wordpress.com/2012/01/18/weaving-a-better-future/
This Palestinian farmer’s son holds an olive, their national treasure. Fair trade has made olive farming a sustainable living again, even in a conflict region. Canaan Fair Trade farmers get paid at the olive press, so they can put their next crop in the ground, put the addition on their house, educate their children, live their lives.
A family displays healthy ears of corn harvested from their farm in East Timor, better storage solutions mean they'll have enough corn stored to make it through the lean season. Photo by Jennifer Hardy/CRS
Mariano Manzuela, cocoa farmer from the El Mogote Association in El Circardio Community, Dominican Republic, part of the CONACADO Cocoa Cooperative. He has been working on his farm for 30 years. Exchange Photo by Simon Rawles
Fair Trade USA audits and certifies transactions between companies in America and their international suppliers to ensure that rigorous Fair Trade standards have been met and a fair price has been paid.
Catholic Relief Services is a humanitarian aid organization which helps the poor and vulnerable overseas by responding to major emergencies, fighting disease and poverty, and nurturing peaceful and just societies.