On behalf of the Aid by Tade Foundation Systain consulting analyzed the ecological footprint of Cotton made in Africa (CmiA). According to the study Cmia has a considerably smaller ecological footprint as conventionally prodcued cotton - e.g. more than 70 per cent less greenhouse gas emissions per kilogramm.
All garments from Cotton made in Africa have a woven label and a large tag – from T-shirts to jeans or socks. The woven labels show the Cotton made in Africa logo, where the white cotton bloom with the burgundy red background is easy to recognise. The “Cotton made in Africa” wordmark also makes sure there can be no confusion with other logos.