There is no place in either sustainable agriculture or responsible business for human rights abuses such as forced labor. This position paper first presents how the Rainforest Alliance defines forced
The Rainforest Alliance’s Africa Cocoa Fund (ACF) is a three-year, $5 million fund to support cocoa farmers and help preserve the local landscapes in West and Central Africa.
Our new Community Listening Program was designed to gather, analyze, and incorporate the knowledge of those at the heart of our mission—namely farming and forest communities—to help us improve how we work.
Ethiopian coffee farmers take a sustainable approach to growing coffee. Yet, climate change is casting a gloom light on the sector's future.
At the Rainforest Alliance, we believe in a shared responsibility approach that encourages companies to do their part in ensuring a living income for farmers. This is the basis of our initiatives, the Living Income Module and the Living Income Fund.
Youth Inclusion and Engagement Enabling Sustainable Livelihood for Young People in Rural Communities
For all individuals, that crucial transition period between childhood dependence and adult independence has a cascading impact on their entire future—not only shaping the course of their lives, but