Make Fruit Fair! A boost for Fair Tropical Fruits in the 2015 European Year of Development and beyond: Mobilizing European citizen to take action for fair tropical fruit supply chains

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Make Fruit Fair!

“Make Fruit Fair!” (Make Fruit Fair! A boost for Fair Tropical Fruits in the 2015 European Year of Development and beyond: Mobilizing European citizen to take action for fair tropical fruit supply chains (MFF)), is a funded project with Oxfam Deutschland e.V. (DE) as the Applicant/Lead Organisation.

Formal Project Description
Contract Title Make Fruit Fair! A boost for Fair Tropical Fruits in the 2015 European Year of Development and beyond: Mobilizing European citizen to take action for fair tropical fruit supply chains
Project Acronym MFF
Donor EuropeAid
Lead Partner Oxfam Deutschland e.V., Germany
Agreement n° TO BE ADDED
Partners Future Worlds Center, (CY), Asociația Mai Bine, (RO), BanaFair, (DE), Banana Link (GB), Ekumenicka akademie Praha (CZ), Fair Trade Advocacy Office (BE), finep (DE), Fundacja Kupuj Odpowiedzialnie (PL), Gruppo di Volontariato Civile Onlus (IT), Instituto Marquês de Valle Flôr (PT), Koperattiva Kummerċ Ġust (MT), Peuples Solidaires (FR), Südwind Agentur (AU), Tudatos Vásárlók Közhasznú Egyesülete (HU), Zaļā brīvība (LV)Fako Agricultural Workers Union (CM), Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores de la Industria Agropecuaria (CO), Unión Regional de Organizaciones Campesinas del Litoral (EC), The Windward Islands Farmers Association (VC).
Grant TO BE ADDED
Cost for FWC TO BE ADDED
Grant for FWC EUR 34 000,00
Dates 01/03/2016 - 28/02/2017


Short Description Pan-European awareness raising and advocacy campaign that targets 23 million EU consumers and citizens in at least 20 EU countries. It aims to raise a critical understanding of the global interdependencies between the EU grocery market and the poor living and working conditions of farmers and workers in countries producing tropical fruits.
Website www.makefruitfair.org
About Project Make Fruit Fair!
Overall objective(s)
  • to contribute to more coherent and sustainable development policies of the EU, its Member States and the private sector integrating human rights, decent work and trade.
  • to ensure better living and working conditions for small farmers and workers in the tropical fruit sector.
The action contributes to establishing the post-MDG agenda aiming at providing a Decent Life for All by 2030.
Specific objective(s)
  • to raise the awareness of consumers and citizens in European Member States on the interdependencies between the EU and developing countries exporting tropical fruits
  • to mobilise them to take action and urge corporate and political decision makers to ensure fair conditions in the tropical fruit sector.


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