We cannot achieve our mission in isolation, and we place partnership at the heart of what we do.
We define partnership as a mutually beneficial and interactive relationship between two or more organisations. A partnership is built for a specific purpose and works towards a shared goal of positive and sustainable impact. Partnership allows us to combine our resources and expertise with our partners’, meaning that we can work more effectively – and achieve more – than we would if working individually. By building partnerships, we are able to increase, develop and broaden our impact and progress towards our mission.
A partner is an organisation we work with for a specific purpose and impact. Through working together, they help us achieve our mission, as we help them achieve theirs. We share values. We share skills, knowledge and expertise.
Here are some partners we regularly work with and networks where we are an active member.
A market incentive facility designed to create a more inclusive finance market for agricultural SMEs.
The UK network for civil society organisations working to eradicate global poverty, inequality and injustice.
The Latin American and Caribbean Network of Fair Trade Small Producers and Workers (CLAC)
Co-owner organization of Fairtrade International and the network that represents Fairtrade certified organizations in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The network for Britain's thousands of co-operatives, working to promote, develop and unite member-owned businesses.
Council on Smallholder Agricultural Finance (CSAF)
The leading global network of lending practitioners promoting an inclusive finance market for agricultural SMEs.
The benchmark organisation for Fairtrade certified producer organisations in Burkina Faso.
University of Ghana – Department of Crop Science
University Department which researches the changing needs of society and changes in environmental and climatic factors to ensure food security.