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This project was made by class 8M from Dukelská Primary School in Strakonice Day: 17 October 2014

2 FAIR TRADE Fair trade helps farmers in other countries to get what they deserve. These countries are very poor and farmers need to take care of their families. They don‘t have any money for food, so they have to grow their food. Most people don‘t have any clean water. Fair trade help them mainly to pay school for their children, buy clothes and other things what they need.

3 Principles of fair trade:
Fair price Community development Nature protection Long-term business relationships Decent working conditions Equality of rights Democracy Prohibition of child labour


5 Bananas come from banana trees
Bananas come from banana trees.Every year there are consumed about 100 million metric tonnes. Colombia, Costa Rica, Philippines and Ecuador are the biggest exporters of bananas. Bananas are some of the best selling fair trade things.

6 In many plantations, people often work very long time every day, often between 12 to 14 hours and they don‘t get money, but Fair trade companies are trying to change it. If you want to help, come and buy some fair trade product!

7 There are two certified organisations – SOTRAMI and AURELSA
Fair trade – gold There are two certified organisations – SOTRAMI and AURELSA

8 Sotrami The mine supports 500 families.
It is ASMO (artisanal and small-scale mining organisations). Miners and their families live near Santa Filomena, which was established by small-scale.

9 SOTRAMI’s 300 miners work in a hard-rock mine which tunnels into the side of a mountain.
Miners use dynamite and pneumatic drill for getting ore. Air is pumped from the surface to the deeper levels of the mine to make miners´ work conditions better.

10 Cotton Over 60 per cent of the world’s cotton is produced by 40 million small farmers who are some of the poorest in the world. The countries and big companies don‘t pay them much money, so the producers are very poor. Fairtrade cotton farmers are in Asia, Africa and Latin America.


12 Honey The honey is a thick, sweet and sticky fluid.

13 Bees creates some honey. The bears and people eat the honey.
Where is it from? Who makes it? The honey comes from Paraguay and Brazil. Bees creates some honey. The bears and people eat the honey. What can we do to help? We can buy the honey with logo FAIRTRADE. The honey‘s farm Sweet honey

14 Fair trade tea The loose black tea and jasmin green tea from India
The green tea from Nepal The herbal tea from Bolivie

15 The farmers in Africa, Asia and Latin America grow the fair trade tea
It takes four years to get the harvest They pluck the top leaves of tea plants

16 origin Fair trade coffee
-Fair trade coffee is imported from Guatemala, Tanzania, Jamaica, Peru, Brazil and Bolivia

17 Interesting facts - We purchase Fair trade products in special shops and even normal shops -Coffee price constantly decreases -Fair trade coffee = bio coffee -The first Fairtrade coffee machine in the Czech republic is at Czech agriculture university.

18 Fairtrade coffee machine


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