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Sri Lanka-China Cross Country Co-operation
26 August 2015
We’re leading a coalition to help create a more competitive Malawian tea industry in which workers earn a living wage and smallholders are thriving.
We helped Indian producers improve in two key areas – healthy and safety and environmental management.
We helped Chinese producers improve human resource management practices by providing them with free training.
We’re tackling harassment and discrimination, and promoting equal rights for women/minority groups at tea processing factories.
In China our factory health and safety training helped make tea processing factories better and safer places to work.
We developed an occupational health and safety (OHS) training course specifically for the Sri Lankan tea industry.
We train tea workers and farmers to use agrochemicals safely in order to minimise risk to themselves, others, and the environment.
Our monitoring programme helps producers meet international social and environmental standards.
We worked with CARE to improve living and working conditions on tea estates in Sri Lanka.
24 October 2016
Press Release: A living wage for Malawian tea workers comes one step closerPosted in: News, Raising Standards, Malawi Tea 2020, Tea Workers, Smallholder Tea Farmers, Climate & Environment, Key Areas, Malawi, What's New, Country
8 September 2016
Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP) is a membership organisation of more than 40 international tea companies and retailers. We exist to improve the sustainability of the tea sector, the lives…Posted in: Raising Standards, For Business, Tea Workers, Smallholder Tea Farmers, Climate & Environment, Membership Pages, Key Areas, Blog, What's New
12 September 2014
I was privileged to be invited by NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) to give a lecture on Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) Standards required for Planation…Posted in: Raising Standards, Climate Change Adaptation, Key Areas, Occupational Health & Safety (Sri Lanka), Blog, What's New, Projects, Sri Lanka
8 November 2017
Malawi Tea 2020 Revitalisation Programme (Second Progress Report 2016–2017)
APM 2017 Part 1: Opening Agenda
APM 2017 Part 2: Progress Report Wages Committee Living Income