World Of Good Development Organization Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 987
International, Economic Development, Microfinance
1380 10th St Berkeley CA 94710 USA
World of Good: Development Organization is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on building strategies to substantially improve economic and social conditions for millions of artisans and their families living on less than $4 per day. Our organization promotes fair trade practices and invests in fair trade artisan communities around the world. We strive to educate US consumers and corporations about the benefits of engaging in ethical trade practices to bridge the gap between the global north and south.
Our major operating programs include economic development projects and our Fair Trade Calculator
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The Fair Wage Guide is currently one of the most important initiatives in the fair trade craft movement. The Guide provides a framework for ensuring the successful growth of the movement, both in terms of increased market penetration and increased social impact per fair trade purchase. The World of Good Development Organization’s efforts are helping ensure that the fair trade craft movement realizes its potential for promoting dignity and making "living wage employment" a reality for an increasing number of artisans throughout the world.
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