12.06.2014CmiA stands up for the rights of children in Africa

6-12-2014 World Day against Child Labor

24.04.2014Sustainable textile production starts with smallholder farmers

International Fashion Revolution Day on 04/24/2014

18.03.2014Ceremonial school opening in Zambia

Otto Group and Aid by Trade Foundation enable 2,900 children to attend school

03.03.2014Transparency across the entire textile chain of Rösch

Rösch launches first sleepwear collection made from 100% CmiA cotton that can be traced back to the cotton growing area in Africa

13.02.2014Cotton made in Africa continues its path of success

Besides long-term partners an additional 70,000 smallholder farmers benefit from the cotton initiative for the first time

Why do you support CmiA?Statements by business managers

More than 20 companies from the clothing sector are currently partners of the international Demand Alliance of Cotton made in Africa. Their reasons for joining the initiative vary widely, ranging from the good quality of African cotton to the idea of sustainability, to an authenticity bonus for their products.

Helping people to help themselvesWin-win situation for clothing suppliers and cotton farmers

Cotton made in Africa works on the principles of a social business. That means the initiative operates in accordance with sound business methods, except that is it does not aim to maximise the profits of individuals, but rather to improve the conditions of life of a large number of African cotton farmers ...