Building Fair Trade Egypt

Fair Trade Egypt helps create value for thousands of Egyptian artisans producing goods across the country. Mona El Sayed, the organisation’s director, describes the challenge of building awareness of the fair trade concept in Egypt, as well as the personal satisfaction she’s gained by helping craftspeople win acknowledgement, and creating economic opportunities for women in impoverished areas of the country.

By: 
zenith Staff

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