31.07.2014ISEAL Aiming to Bring Clarity to the Claims Jungle

Guest Blog Post by Amy Jackson, Senior Credibility Manager, ISEAL Alliance

29.07.2014TONI Relies on Cotton made in Africa

Demand for CmiA Cotton Grows Further

14.07.2014AbTF Intensifies Dialogue with US American Retail

Foundation Discusses Sustainability Strategy with Experts from the U.S. Textile Industry

15.05.2014CmiA now also active in Cameroon

Cotton initiative supports an additional 1.5 million people in Africa

07.04.2014Fashion Revolution Day 24.04.2014

CmiA supports international day of action aiming to change the fashion industry

03.04.2014CmiA pays off for smallholder farmers

AbTF takes stock of its work in Africa

03.04.2014Successes and challenges associated with measuring the effectiveness of CmiA

The aim of Cotton made in Africa (CmiA) is to verifiably and transparently provide improved living conditions for the smallholder cotton farmers and their families in Sub Saharan Africa. The analysis of production data and representative surveys in Zambia and Zimbabwe show the first qualitative results such as increases in yield for CmiA smallholder farmers by 23%. However, the Aid by Trade...

01.04.2014AbTF Publishes Successful Verification Results

Independent Auditors Verify that all CmiA Partners in Sub-Saharan Africa Grow Cotton According to CmiA Standard

17.03.2014New cooperation for African smallholder farmers

Cotton made in Africa becomes cooperation partner of “Platz schaffen mit Herz”

06.03.2014CmiA shows strong support for women in Sub-Saharan Africa

United Nations International Women's Day on 3-08-2014

21.02.2014CmiA Farmer Business Schools

Business management training courses for smallholder cotton farmers

12.02.2014Cotton made in Africa grows further

Initiative Publishes New Data on Production and Sales