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For over a decade our incredible charity project partners PAN Ethiopia and PAN UK have been working hard to empower small holding farmers in Ethiopia’s Southern Rift Valley to grow pesticide-free cotton. With the support of Traid’s funding, the PAN teams have now trained 8,570 farmers in 21 villages across three districts to grow cotton without pesticides and in 2017…
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There’s nothing more satisfying than having a thorough wardrobe clear out. And now with spring in full swing, there’s no better time to refresh and edit your wardrobe. Here are some tried and tested tips to help you with your next wardrobe clear out. For pieces that you’re ready to pass on, why not donate to Traid using our free home collection service. Figure…
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For over a decade, Joyeeta Hossain, Project Coordinator for Nagorik Uddyog has been a driving force behind the establishment and operation of safe spaces for some of Dhaka’s most vulnerable children, the children of garment workers. Joyeeta Hossain, Project Coordinator at Nagorik Uddyog. For many of these children, whose parents work long hours in garment factories, being left at home…
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To celebrate International Women’s Day, we are featuring the incredible women supported by our charity partners PAN UK and PAN Ethiopia, that work to transform Ethiopia’s cotton production by phasing out and eliminating harmful pesticides from cotton crops. Now ten years since the project began, the PAN UK and PAN Ethiopia teams have developed close working relationships with female small…
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We are celebrating 25 years of being London’s leading fashion charity. Over the past 25 years we have pioneered shopping, donating and wearing second-hand clothing as a first choice to change the fashion industry for the better. Traid emerged at the end of the 90s set against a backdrop of grunge t-shirts, neon rave gear and brit pop parkas, on…
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Traid has now funded our long-term project Supporting the Children of Garment Workers in partnership with the NGO Nagorik Uddyog for over a decade! Since 2013, Traid has committed £725,500 of funding towards this project, establishing two drop-in and two daycare centres to improve the safety and education of 180 children aged 2-16 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Over ten years, the centres have…
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