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Pushpanjali was founded in 1982 by S.C. Mittal. It then started with 5 producers. Rapidly Mr. Mittal got to meet Oxfam organization, with whom Pushpanjali started to discuss and exchange on the concept of Fair Trade.



From the very beginnings idea was to provide sustainable livelihood to marginalized and disadvantaged people, so they can live a decent life.

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Pushpanjali Fair Trade - PFT

Organizatioan Information

Pushpanjali was founded in 1982 by S.C. Mittal. It then started with 5 producers. Rapidly Mr Mittal got to meet Oxfam organization, with whom Pushpanjali started to discuss and exchange on the concept of Fair Trade.

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Our Mission

Over the past 30 years, Pushpanjali Fair Trade has been dedicated to improving living conditions of local craft producers in the Agra area, India. Pushpanjali Fair Trade commitment is to contribute to craft producers empowerment...

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Standards and Principles

Pushpanjali strictly enforces fair trade standards and principles set by WFTO, as shown below, ensuring full respect of the producers rights and well-being, of the environmental care, and of the expectations of customers and consumers...

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The Fair Trade Empowerment Tools

What Fair Trade brings for producers

Fair trade provides more than an income to local producers. It is a sustainable way for disadvantaged people, men and women, to raise their family in decent living conditions, be recognized for their specific craft mastery, and be in a position to build future perspectives – altogether it is a path towards empowerment.

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Stories and Testimonials

1. Supporting women’s financial autonomy: The Ajam Para Women Team
The Pushpanjali scarf production team is composed of 12 women all living in the same area of Agra, in Ajam Para. They started working with Pushpanjali 3 years back now, and got a chance then to generate an income by themselves, which is extremely rare in that area for women. They are in charge of the scarves quality controls, of cutting the extra threads and knotting the scarves.

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