Friday, October 9, 2015

Fair Trade Breaks Poverty

Fair Trade Breaks Poverty - 09 October 2015 (Chiang Mai, Thailand) - Fair Trade breaks the chain of poverty. Fair traders around the world, together with small producers and backed by consumers, are breaking the chains of poverty.

Fair Trade is growing and that is our proof that we are gaining our fight against extreme poverty. The WFTO membership count doubled from 155 Fair Trade organisations in 2005 to 355 in 2014. In the same period, the turnovers of these members quadrupled from 136 million euros to 448 million euros.

To ensure their way out of poverty, producer-beneficiaries of WFTO members receive fair prices for their products, long-term income security, capacity-building and life-skills trainings, no discrimination, no slavery, and good working condition.

“It is unacceptable that there are still over 1 billion people living in extreme poverty and deep deprivation. That is why at WFTO we fight poverty together with the small producers through sustainable solutions. The 10 Fair Trade Principles are our weapon. It is important that the eradication of poverty is done together with those affected. And with the support of consumers and businesses Fair Trade can go even further in its contribution to poverty eradication.” – Rudi Dalvai, WFTO President

WFTO believes that poverty can be effectively eradicated by empowering small producers, giving them fair and sustainable means of livelihoods.

Fair Trade Breaks Poverty

When Naree, one of the artisans from Thai Tribal Crafts Fair Trade, was asked what would happen if she didn’t have a chance to be the artisan, she said, "I am afraid and didn’t have opportunity to work at other places because I can not read and write in Thai. I even can not speak well today. So, I have to stay in the mountain areas and struggle life as farmers. Through Thai Tribal Crafts, I can help my husband and support our Children especially for their education. So, I am really thankful to all fair trade buyers” (P.S The hill tribe people speak their own dialects and many of the elderly people can not speak Thai though younger generations do).
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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Fair Trade Outlets Chiang Mai

Are you looking for Fair Trade Outlets during your stay in Chiang Mai? We, Thai Tribal Crafts Fair Trade is glad to announce Fair Trade Outlets in Chiang Mai with 20 - 30 % Off and invite you all to enjoy these special prices while you are supporting fair trade artisans at the same time.

All our products are made by seven hill tribe groups living in northern Thailand whom we mostly have been working with more than 40 years. Although the local market share has been increasing, export market still play the main channel and you will not regret to enjoy these high quality export products.

Address : 25/9 Moonmuang Rd., Chiang Mai 50000,
Tel : +66-53-273 858
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Top Thai Brands Event Chiang Mai

Thai Tribal Crafts Fair Trade (TT Crafts) is joining "Top Thai Brands" event at International Exhibition and Convention Centre, Chiang Mai and would like to invite all of you to visit us at booth no. DD09 if you're around in the area. Hope to see you.

During the event, we will sell variety of our selection in retail prices and we can discuss wholesale prices if you are interested to purchase larger quantities.

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Monday, June 8, 2015

Buy Hammock Online

Are you looking for hammocks to buy online? Sure, you can buy hammock online but how do you make sure the hammock quality you want. Here are some of the best quality hammocks you buy online. The hammocks come with different qualities such as cotton and acrylic yarns and sizes which are suitable for both Asians and Europeans. Click here to see all available hammocks.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Buy Hammocks in Chiang Mai

If you are in Chiang Mai and want to buy high quality hammocks, you are welcome to check Fair Trade Shop, near Thapae gate, Chiang Mai or check the main shop on 208 Bamrungrat Rd., Chiang Mai 50000. If you have questions, please contact or call 053-241 043.