Producer videos

When Anna met Zeddy

See how the Max Havelaar Fairtrade coffee in Tanzania is grown and sorted

Below you will find a selection of short films of African Fairtrade certified producers.
Fairtrade has positively impacted the lives of farmers in Africa. Producers from across the continent explain how:

Come on In – Meet Samuel Maina, a coffee farmer in the Kangema district of Kenya

Fairtrade partnered with CO-OP and Compass Group UK & Ireland to set up the Women School of Leadership. Thanks to the training, they are now taking control of their lives.

Kabng’etuny Women in Coffee Association

Kapkiyai Women in Coffee Association

2016 International Fairtrade Awards

Fairtrade Africa celebrates 10 years

Women Empowerment

Video produced by women from Ivory Coast

Fairtrade’s impact on farmers in Africa

Impact of Fairtrade Tea in Malawi

Chief Adam, shares the impact of Fairtrade in West Africa during his visit to Canada

Kwame Banson, Member and Patnership Manager at Fairtrade Africa, shares impact of Fairtrade

On the trail of Fairtrade cotton

On the Trail of Fairtrade Cotton from Fairtrade International on Vimeo.

A music video produced by Max Havelaar Belgium and filmed in Ghana

Coffee producers in Tanzania

Tea producers in Kenya

Kenyan TV feature of impact of Fairtrade

Date producer from Tunisia

Cotton producers in Cameroon

Fairtrade fruits in South Africa

Fairtrade producers in Ghana – Created by the producers themselves

Climate change: a reality for African farmers

Weather patterns changed drastically in the recent past, making it hard for farmers to prepare their crops. This has led to a decrease in production.

Adaptation to climate change – Kenya

Tea producers in Kenya

Cocoa producers in Côte d’Ivoire – Created by the producers themselves

Technical Assistance Fund

The aim of the TAF is to finance training or capacity building for producers in Africa

Producers in Mozambique, Uganda and Kenya