December 2016
As 2016 comes to a conclusion, we at WFTO-Asia are reflecting on the journey of the past year. We are proud to say we it was a good year for Fair Trade in Asia and the statistics can attest to this. CONTINUE READING
A different world lies beneath our visions as refugees struggle to find any form of identity or belonging in a country that will not accept them. Thousands of Burmese refugees live in camps along the Thai-Myanmar border while organizations like Women’s Education for Advancement and Empowerment (WEAVE) work to give these people a new hope for the future. 
The VIP builds a pool of Fair Trade advocates through volunteerism. It aims to foster a deeper understanding of Fair Trade by facilitating opportunities for learning and interaction for individuals who are interested, sympathetic, or advocates of Fair Trade.The program also provides a venue where volunteers can actively take part inthe daily operations of Fair Trade Organizations, thus building a supplementary human resource for the WFTO Networks and WFTO members.