Rewards for academic competitiveness for farmers’ children at primary schools are part of the future investment of Fair Trade projects.
There have been many schools in the rural areas where Aliet Green is running Fair Trade projects requesting supporting funds to increase the learning quality. From school infrastructure to educational grants for students from the registered farmers with good academic competitiveness will help improve the quality of student learning.
Some students are still suffering from illiteracy who mainly come from low-income families who have not been part of Aliet Green’s Fair Trade project in the rural areas where we are running the project. Fair Trade Premium Funds received is to primarily help improve the educational lives of children in rural communities.
Since 2017, this innovation has improved education quality and student learning for over 100 students from registered farmers. In the future, Aliet Gree may reach more students to participate to receive grants to help rural areas free from illiteracy.