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ECOCITRUS, Fairtrade producer since 2005

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RUGOFARM, BURUNDI
a fair trade network for patchouli
“  RUGOFARM company is leading a development project in Burundi to establish a network for production of essential oils. It... ”
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TRIPPER, INDONESIA
A responsible partner at the origin
“  Strategic partner of Astier Demarest at origin, Tripper is dedicated to provide clean, safe and traceable products, consistent... ”
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ECOCITRUS, BRAZIL
A reference of social economy
“  Founded in 1994 by 15 small farmers in Montenegro, in the Rio Grande do Sul region, far south... ”
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NEWS : Aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti

Updated : 15/12/2016

The “Haiti, sheet metal for a roof” collection will help 700 families to reconstruct their home

It’s now already over one month since Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti’s South.
First-order humanitarian aide has been organized with local partners to bring parcels of food and sanitary materials.
We have also requested our customers and partners to aid the families who live in the countryside devastated by the catastrophe. After having lost everything they had to leave homes that had been severely damaged or often totally destroyed.
Thanks to a generous response, a transfer of US$150,000 has been made.
The Agri Supply plant is functioning as a logistical center to aide in reconstruction. In partnership with the Clayes hardware stores, materials (sheet metal, nails, wood, and sometimes cement) have been distributed in the form of parcels worth, at a minimum, around US$200 each, adapted according to the size of the home.
So far, 700 families linked to the growing of Vetiver have needed this assistance.
The needs remain immense, but these gifts and the investment of all in Haïti have enabled us to contribute urgently needed aid and to express our solidarity with the Haitian people.
We thank all those who take part in it, here and there.

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