Supporting cotton farmers worldwide in adopting more sustainable practices requires ongoing financial investment and robust funding streams. To achieve this, we raise funds from a wide range of sources. We believe everyone involved in the sector has a shared responsibility …
Engaging people working in agriculture to get a clear, comprehensive understanding of the challenges they face in their work, especially on labour issues, is key to being able to provide effective solutions.
From supporting disadvantaged groups through entrepreneurial activities to creating animated training videos, learn more about BCI Implementing Partners' innovations.
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Today is International Women’s Day 2021, a global event to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. At the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), we are celebrating women’s achievements by sharing inspiring stories from the field, reflecting on …
Gender inequality is a huge roadblock to sustainable development globally. Find out how the Better Cotton Initiative is mainstreaming gender equality at the farm level, in the sustainable cotton community and within our organisation.
Ensuring fair and safe working conditions is a central tenet of Better Cotton. Discover the main decent work principles that the programme works to uphold — from working to eliminate child and forced labour to promoting gender equality.
The Better Cotton Chain of Custody (CoC) tracks Better Cotton as it moves through the supply chain and drives demand for sustainable practices worldwide.
Here we speak with three BCI Implementing Partners in Pakistan – REEDS, Sangtani Women Rural Development Organization and WWF-Pakistan – to find out more about how they are supporting BCI Farmers and farming communities during the Covid-19 pandemic.