HELPING VICTIMS OF EXPLOITATION, SMALL FARMERS AND THEIR CHILDREN.
“If not for Preda Fair Trade, I would still be living in poverty. The high price given by Preda for my mangos and the bonus payment gave me a way out of poverty and I can now educate my children” - Juanito, small farmer.
Poor people have been victims of exploitation by the rich for all of history. It is only when there is greater social justice and equality and the poor have the equal opportunity to succeed economically and educationally will poverty be reduced. Fair Trade gives the small economically disadvantaged people a chance to earn fair earnings that empowers them to overcome malnutrition, poverty ,sickness and the lack of education.
Dedicated to the reduction of poverty, the alleviation of worst forms of poverty and deprivation through livelihood development projects, skilled trainings, production cash advances and profit sharing. The Project brings to the people community improvement projects that are answering the expressed needs, meets most urgent circumstances. It works in a most relevant, effective and efficiently planned and with low administration.
It is implemented with the full democratic participation of the beneficiaries and community members. There is an integrated implementing professional team of 63 employees. This project is expanding to the production assistance, organic certification and processing and marketing of Mangos of the Indigenous “Aeta” people, the most needy and marginal of society.
Nominated three times for the Nobel Peace Prize and winner of numerous awards.