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Infectious Optimism in Malawi
17 November 2017
Celebrating Women that Grow Our Tea
15 December 2016
An Inspirational Visit a North American Tea Plantation
20 September 2016
In Sri Lanka, although wages in the tea industry are significantly higher than both World Bank and Sri Lankan national poverty line benchmark indicators, the industry still has difficulty…
We’re tackling harassment and discrimination, and promoting equal rights for women/minority groups at tea processing factories.
We’re working with UNICEF to improve the lives of children living in tea communities in Assam.
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 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
17 August 2016
The inaugural Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) conference for KTDA female Directors took place on 11 and 12th July 2016. Mr. Tiampati, the chief Executive Officer of KTDA, officially…Posted in: Tea Workers, Tackling Harassment & Discrimination (Kenya), Key Areas, Kenya, Blog, What's New, Projects, Country
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