International partners

International partners

Logo-FNSA1The Fédération Nationale du Secteur Agricole (FNSA) is the largest  agricultural union in the Moroccan tomato sector in the Souss Massa region. One of FNSA’s primary concerns is equalising the SMIG and SMAG minimum wages, but they also deal with health, childcare, working conditions, security, housing and transport. Fairfood has been working with the FSNA as part of its Moroccan project since 2013.

 

smallwithborder-copyLa Isla Foundation (LIF) is a public health and policy NGO working at the intersection of public health and human rights to address a fatal epidemic of chronic kidney disease (CKD) among sugarcane workers in Latin America. Fairfood has been working with LIF since 2012, as part of its Nicaragua project.

 

logo-KSBSI1The Confederation of Indonesia Prosperity Trade Union (KSBSI) is a national trade union centre in Indonesia. It was founded in 1992 and claims a membership of 2.1 million. Fairfood has been working with KSBSI  since 2011 as part of its WE Project.

 

logo_CGT-Colombia1CGT Colombia is a trade union confederation that brings together workers and unions and social organisations in Colombia. Fairfood has been working with CGT Colombia since 2011 as part of its WE Project.

 

 

logo_CGT-Honduras1CGT Honduras is a national trade union centre in Honduras. Fairfood has been working with CGT Honduras since 2012 as part of its WE Project.

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logo-AFRIM_LOPThe Alternate Forum for Research in Mindanao (AFRIM), Inc. is an independent research and advocacy institute, human rights and peace advocate, established in 1979. Aside from participatory action researches, policy studies, information services and databanking, AFRIM’s programs include climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction, sustainable agriculture and advocacy on peace and development issues confronting Mindanao’s disadvantaged sectors.Fairfood has been working with AFRIM as part of its Land of Promise campaign within the Philippines project since 2013.